Livestream Scams​

Fake livestream channels and livestream shopping broadcasted by AI hosts enable bad actors to distribute malicious links and fake products to consumers. Hubstream’s AI-powered case management platform analyzes fraudulent activities carried out by bad actors in real time, detecting anomalies to safeguard your brand.

Examples Created by Livestream Scams​


Fake Livestream​

Fake livestream channels, also known as bogus or copycat channels, closely mimic authentic streams. They feature advertisement banners or links to deceitful raffles promising expensive prizes, demand upfront payments for access to popular live stream events, or redirect users to malicious sites.


Pitfalls in Livestream Shopping​

Livestream shopping enables companies to sell products and interact with customers through live streaming sessions. As its popularity grows, brands face new risks such as handling counterfeit goods, fraudulent orders, addressing negative customer reviews and mispresented product information in real time.


AI Clone Risks in Livestreams

AI Clones for livestream shopping or services employ deepfake or advanced NLP technology to mimic human behavior for continuous broadcasting or on-demand services like AI psychotherapy.​​

Brand protection teams overseeing AI clone-hosted livestreams or therapy sessions face risks including managing counterfeit goods, handling fraudulent orders, and potential harm to clients if AI clones fail to engage with live audiences or provide proper empathetic care.

What Hubstream can do for you?



Hubstream connects your data streams across channels and geographical areas at scale, enabling you to analyze patterns and predict future infringements.​



Hubstream takes a data-driven approach to highlight the critical areas of vulnerability so you can take swift action to protect your brand.​



Hubstream enables you  gather solid evidence securely from multiple sources to safeguard the brand's reputation and financial interests.​