I’ve seen some amazing claims of security in place on scam sites down the years, alongside dazzling statements with regards how a “free stuff” or “hack an account” service is designed to work at all costs.

This, however, is not one of them:

Three men!

Yes, they “work on this site with 3 men”.

Not four, or two, but three! Three glorious men who…er…do something. I guess?

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The above site is located at

playstation4gamesfree(dot)weebly(dot)com

and states the following:

Hello gamers
Finally a site where you alone with your data, you can get free games!
it is not a site where you can ever be hacked.
if so then you can specify that on my instagram account
we work on this site with 3 men
good luck with your games!

The site asks for login credentials and a game of choice, telling the person in front of the screen “It’s sending!” after hitting the “Sumbit” – sorry, Submit – button.

For starters, the webpage isn’t HTTPS protected, and there is zero reason why anybody should hand over their Playstation account credentials to a non-official site asking for logins.

The page is promoted from an Instagram account located at

instagram(dot)com/playstation4gamesfree

which (of course) claims to offer up free Playstation games. Apologies in advance for sounding like a random word generator but this is the bio text:

freegames - dutch /english - Youtuber - its really - only ps4 - no jokes - dm me for more info Like and tag your friends Good luck playstation4gamesfree(dot)weebly(dot)com

psgames on instagram

With 3,000+ followers, you can bet there’s a fair few visitors to their profile who probably decide to chance it and see what happens. We see Instagram profiles offering up potentially dubious deals on all things videogames every so often, from basic “Give us your login” attempts to survey scams.

Whatever the page in question is up to, we recommend not sending your logins to dubious sites offering something for nothing – free games remain one of the biggest hooks for phishing antics, and it only takes one moment of carelessness to end up in a game of “Dear customer support…”

Christopher Boyd