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ySense SCAM/STEAL ANDROID APP

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#1 by RensatGMLead » Mon Jun 15, 2020 20:17

Be careful if anyone offers or requests the ySense application on Playstore because it is a fraudulent application and might be able to steal your member data on ySense. Yesterday I had requested an explanation of YSense related to this and apparently YSense did not make the application. So, stay alert and don't be easily fooled because of applications like this.
Source APP : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.prodege.ysense&hl=en
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#2 by Darkstar2 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 20:47

tsk-tsk-tsk shame on the ***** who try to scam members - Some members are malicious. The same happened on ClixSense, where some members created fake extensions. It's good that you were careful, unfortunately many get caught in the trap, same with the phishing e-mails. I bet that these CRIMINAL members who create such apps would be the first to yell if they were scammed !
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#3 by RensatGMLead » Mon Jun 15, 2020 21:35

Can Google Playstore detect malicious applications on their Playstore? There should be a system that can detect this, the security of the script or application in it for example. :roll:
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#4 by Darkstar2 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 21:39

RensatGMLead wrote: Can Google Playstore detect malicious applications on their Playstore? There should be a system that can detect this, the security of the script or application in it for example. :roll:

Play Protect, but I would not rely 100% on that, there are malicious apps that can slip through the cracks, there is a limit as to what can be detected. I would recommend people to report such fraudulent apps to Google for removal.

It is up to the site admin to contact Google to report a fraudulent app - They should work with the FBI to trace the person who initially submitted the app to the store. But nothing being done, this site does not seem to care nor take measures to protect its users. Jim would have had his legal team all over them to remove such apps.

People here seem to be left in the cold, they seem to react only months later after overwhelming complaints.
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#5 by RensatGMLead » Tue Jun 16, 2020 04:02

Darkstar2 wrote:
Play Protect, but I would not rely 100% on that, there are malicious apps that can slip through the cracks, there is a limit as to what can be detected. I would recommend people to report such fraudulent apps to Google for removal.

It is up to the site admin to contact Google to report a fraudulent app - They should work with the FBI to trace the person who initially submitted the app to the store. But nothing being done, this site does not seem to care nor take measures to protect its users. Jim would have had his legal team all over them to remove such apps.

People here seem to be left in the cold, they seem to react only months later after overwhelming complaints.

It's a bit sad to hear the explanation you gave, but it's okay I'm happy to be able to help and give a warning that the members here are alert and cautious. Hopefully Admin / Mod read this thread and take further action to jointly hunt down or take mass reporting actions against the application. :cry:
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#6 by Darkstar2 » Tue Jun 16, 2020 08:32

I think actions like these could easily be classified as cybercrime, unfortunately most companies don't bother going faster the criminals and authorities will usually not bother unless there is a big amount of money involved. What site owners can do is try to get the platforms to cooperate, and retrace these individuals, get an IP and contact their ISP to report this. There should be a common blacklist available for all GPT owners to report fraud users, because these fraud users, these SCUM, worthless existence in the gene pool, roam around GPT sites cheating, and earning money,they do not deserve work and should be eliminated, as to all more work for those honest people struggling.
BUT companies now look the other way they rather welcome these group of people because it is less costly than getting quality members and paying them more... :/
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#7 by RensatGMLead » Tue Jun 16, 2020 08:49

Darkstar2 wrote: I think actions like these could easily be classified as cybercrime, unfortunately most companies don't bother going faster the criminals and authorities will usually not bother unless there is a big amount of money involved. What site owners can do is try to get the platforms to cooperate, and retrace these individuals, get an IP and contact their ISP to report this. There should be a common blacklist available for all GPT owners to report fraud users, because these fraud users, these SCUM, worthless existence in the gene pool, roam around GPT sites cheating, and earning money,they do not deserve work and should be eliminated, as to all more work for those honest people struggling.
BUT companies now look the other way they rather welcome these group of people because it is less costly than getting quality members and paying them more... :/

We just wait for the Admin / Mod action, hopefully making ySense more alert and better in the future. Hopefully there are changes to want to make the Android or iOS app. :thumbup: :clixsense:
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#8 by Arvind9 » Tue Jun 16, 2020 08:49

Even Clixsene never had an Mobile app,actually Valerie always said Clixsene is not compatible with mobile devices but many members accessed Clixsene on a mobile device,and here Google play store even showed an Clixsene app no one ever raised the issue maybe because it was never downloaded by anyone who saw it on play store,even now many members use a mobile device to access Ysence it would not be a bad idea to have an Ysence mobile application because a Prodigy site SWAGBUCKS has a mobile application that works very well and is very useful because you dont need to login to a SWAGBUCKS website regularly its convenient and would encourage more users to use it,even Ysence can consider such an application
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#9 by RensatGMLead » Wed Jun 17, 2020 22:17

Arvind9 wrote: Even Clixsene never had an Mobile app,actually Valerie always said Clixsene is not compatible with mobile devices but many members accessed Clixsene on a mobile device,and here Google play store even showed an Clixsene app no one ever raised the issue maybe because it was never downloaded by anyone who saw it on play store,even now many members use a mobile device to access Ysence it would not be a bad idea to have an Ysence mobile application because a Prodigy site SWAGBUCKS has a mobile application that works very well and is very useful because you dont need to login to a SWAGBUCKS website regularly its convenient and would encourage more users to use it,even Ysence can consider such an application

Are YSense and Swagbucks two different or the same company? :ugeek:
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#10 by valerie » Thu Jun 18, 2020 06:49

1. The fake app has been removed from the play store

2. A new official ySense app is now available at the play store

3. Prodege LLC is the company that owns ySense and Swagbucks and several other companies online
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