How to observe!! Which sucking money apps should be deleted?

Nowadays, we have to be careful before doing anything because there are criminals everywhere. Criminals come in every possible way such as call centers or pretend to be companies who lend money which once criminals fake to be our company and lend money to people. Maybe they chat with you and deceive you to give your money for them to invest and wait for the jackpot bonus in return. Do NOT believe them! Also, recently there is news about apps that suck money from our bank account. So, let’s see the list of  the dangerous apps that might suck our money.

That’s too much, you little criminals. They are too good at fake, fraud, deceive and disguise themselves in every field. Besides pretending to be a call center and a kind company offering the lending, creating an application to suck money is one of the ways criminals used to get our money. Let’s see what are the apps are not safe to use.

  • Battery Charging Animations Battery Wallpaper
  • Battery Charging Animations Bubble – Effects 
  • Volume Booster Louder Sound Equalizer
  • Classic Emoji Keyboard
  • Now QRcode Scan
  • Easy PDF Scanner
  • Flashlight Flash Alert On Call
  • Halloween Coloring
  • EmojiOne Keyboard
  • Smart TV remote
  • Dazzling Keyboard
  • Volume Booster Hearing Aid
  • Super Hero – Effect

How to check?

  1. Applications other than the Store App should not be downloaded.
    The Store App has filtered other applications before showing them to users. Also, the application which is in .apk is the app that should not be loaded ever.
  2. The application frequently stops or freezes.

    If the apps frequently stop or freeze without any reason, the apps might be not stable or can be a sucking app which should be deleted immediately.

  3. Applications that are heavy-duty and cause the batteries to run out quickly.

    Please check which app uses unusually much power because the money-sucking application consumes more resources in the machine.

  4. Press the link from the message.

    If you receive an invitation message or a financial transaction, whether it is received via email or SMS, you should not randomly click the link. It’s important to check the source of the transmission for reliability. Is it safe? Sometimes a single click can cause our information to slip to the criminals immediately.

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