The Zodahub 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, @Zodahub has close to 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 Zodahub video fake?
Yes, the Zodahub 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 Zodahub on Twitter?
Zodahub on Twitter (close to 1k followers) is an 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 utilize fake email addresses.