This is an interesting attempt. A text was sent to a group of recipients, all number neighbors. Number neighbors are users that have the exact same number as you but the last digit is different by an increment of 1. I imagine that this tactic is utilized to cast a wide net on potentially in-active numbers. This phishing attempt was using a call to action of easy cash for placing stickers on your car by clicking a link. $500 to place a sticker on you car seems too good to be true...that is because it is.
"Hello, would you allow [Product] to put a small sticker on your [Vehicle Options]? Get [Dollar Value] driving with our brand advertisement. Click here to apply [LINK]"
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