The Web page hosts a common online tactic whose goal is to trick visitors into believing that they have won a high-value prize. Usually, fake sites like the page claim that the users have won the latest model iPhone or Samsung mobile phones as they are certain to attract the attention of the users.

To claim the expensive prize offered, the user will be required to complete a survey. To pressure the user further, the site will spawn a timer that counts down two minutes. According to the website, the visitors only have two minutes to complete the survey and claim their prizes. Users are warned that unless they complete the survey within two minutes, they will not be able to claim the valuable prize. In some cases, users may even be required to send a costly text message to confirm their identity and receive the prize. However, the prize to be claimed does not exist, for sure. The site has no valuable prizes to offer its users but will not hesitate to waste their time.

If you have come across the site, you should ignore its claims, as it will not offer you any prizes. Stay away from shady websites that claim to offer you valuable items for free because they are trying to trick you, certainly.

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