Your BBB has learned of a new scam that is making the rounds. This scam claims that by clicking on a link in the message, you can use WhatsApp for free. Even if you don’t have 3G airtime or a Wi-Fi connection of your own, it claims to keep you connected.

The message looks like this (photo courtesy of Naked Security.com)

As you can see, the .ml at the end of the link stands for Mali. That doesn’t automatically mean it’s a scam, but the way the message is written sends some red flags with its inconsistent spelling of WhatsApp and the poor punctuation and spacing according to Naked Security.

Find out what happens if you click the link here.