GroupMe Support message claiming you won an iPad Pro or iPhone 11 for your efforts is fraudulent. Scam . GroupMe does not offer any freebies at the moment. Follow the instructions in the text message.

This review will reveal everything you need about the Groupme iPad Pro Winner text and why it is fraudulent.

How does the Fake GroupMe iPad Pro Giveaway work?

Fraudsters are using the giveaway message to steal your financial and personal information. How does it work? Before they can claim their prize, they must provide their credit card information.

These scammers will take every dollar from your bank account if you do. They are not the legitimate GroupMe company and don’t have an iPad or iPhone for you.

Scammer with the Group Me iPad Giveaway

This is the scam message:

GroupMe Support

Hello! We sent you a FREE iPhone 11 Pro

Congratulations! Claim now.


The iPad pro Giveaway from fake GroupMe Support

Do not be deceived if your name appears in a text message. Scammers can easily get your phone number and name these days. All messages are fake. The text message link directs you to an infected website.

Furthermore, the raffle giveaway is not mentioned at GroupMe’s social media handles.


Contact your bank immediately if you submit financial information to the fake website.

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What should you do if you receive phishing texts like this?

No matter how convincing the message/mails may sound, you should not click on any of the links or send any personal information.

You should first ignore these messages and search online for reviews.