Anna Sircilla or the Aymami11 video is trending on Twitter and other social media platforms—but is it real or a scam?
But are the videos real or are they just a gimmick?
Many users are trying to find the allegedly viral video on Twitter.
The Twitter user, @Aymami11 has over 1k followers on Twitter.
The user has no tweets but added a link in their bio.
In their bio, a “beacons.ai” link is added and when you visit it, you’ll land on a Beacons profile.
The profile contains a link to an external website where you’ll have to sign up.
Hence, the video is a scam to get people to sign up for the website and possibly enter their payment information.
Is the Anna Sircilla video fake?
Yes, the Anna Sircilla video is fake and a scam on Twitter.
There are multiple gimmicks on Twitter that promotes external products and services.
If you click on the link to the video, you’ll have to sign up for a product or service.
You’ll then be prompted to enter your payment information.
Who is Aymami11 on Twitter?
Aymami11 on Twitter (1k followers) is a account that promotes an external website.
The website is called “Instadate” where you can chat and meet new people.
The app has 2.4/5 stars and multiple negative reviews on the Google Play Store.
Most users said that the app spams text messages and utilizes fake email addresses.