TaylorMade Qi10 Driver Giveaway Scam Is NOT Legit – Includes Rory McIlroy Deepfake Video w/ AI Audio

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In April 2024, ads are going around on Facebook and Instagram claiming Rory McIlroy and potentially other golfers are giving away TaylorMade Qi10 LS Drivers in a giveaway, but it’s all a scam and is not legit. Repeat: the Qi10 driver giveaway is not legit. Do not fall for this mess. It’s a hidden subscription scam. No professional golfer is just giving away expensive golf clubs for free. Scammers do this same sort of scam with cookware, crossbows and just about everything else you can think of. They pick high-priced, niche items and then hope people will believe there’s an unbelievable deal going on.

The Rory McIlroy scam that was not legit for the TaylorMade Qi10 driver giveaway asks people to first watch a video. However, that video of the golfer is a deepfake video with AI audio. In other words, he never said the things it seems like he said in the video. It’s all fake. It’s today’s technology. The way scammers made it sound like he was saying the words that were spoken is they took a bunch of clips of him talking as raw audio, then fed those clips into an AI voice tool. That tool then allowed the scammers to make it sound like he said whatever they want.

The Qi10 driver giveaway scam claims to visit the ESPN website and then the TaylorMade website but instead lands users on laststepsurv.top and then lavishherorewards.com, which are both scam websites. There is no free driver or driver giveaway. It’s not legit.

The way this scam ends up is by trying to get people to give away what they think is only a few dollars for shipping and handling. However, buried in the terms and conditions are subscription charges of around $80 per month for something about healthy meal plans. It’s all garbage. It’s all a scam. They hid this from you. My video includes a customer service and support phone number and email address to contact these asshats. I hope I helped.

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0:00 Rory McIlroy Deepfake Video Scam
1:03 Meta Is Terrible
2:13 A Drop in the Bucket
3:30 TaylorMade Qi10 LS Driver Giveaway
5:40 Fake Survey
6:29 Customer Support Phone Number
7:16 The Catch: ‘Membership Fees’
8:14 If You Were Scammed

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