Snapchat is being flooded with scam messages threatening to share users' nude photos and wipe all the pics from the app.
The company is warning people about a fake message that tells users their saved pictures, known as 'memories', will be deleted unless they share the notification.
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Two other hoax messages have also been spotted. One of which claims all 'nude/pornographic photos' will be shared publicly on Snapchat's official Twitter account, and another that falsely claims you will soon have to pay a $3.99 fee to use the app.
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All three fake messages reportedly surfaced last week.
Snapchat has since taken to Twitter to alert users that these threatening messages are scams and personal pictures will not be shared.
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The firm tweeted: "We're aware of a Screenshot going around with a rumor about your Memories – don't worry! This is #fake news."