This file photograph taken on February 20, 2014, shows the logo of WhatsApp, the popular messaging service, seen on a smartphone in New York./ AFP / Stan HONDA
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ISF warns of Whatsapp conmanA cellphone scam targeting Lebanese phone numbers has been swindling hundreds of dollars from people duped into believing they had won a car, the Internal Security Forces warned residents Friday.A statement from the ISF said an unknown person with the phone number 81/595165 has been sending WhatsApp messages telling users they had won a Toyota Lexus as part of the "Princess Manal bint Mohammad al-Makhtoum competition". The ISF source was unaware of the number of people affected by the scam, but noted that it wasn't the first time such a scheme had circulated on WhatsApp.
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