This is what Happend to his Ex GirlFriend: Facebook Scam

This is what Happend to his Ex GirlFriend: Facebook Scam

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Scam Signature Message:

[Video] This is what Happend to his Ex GirlFriend!
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Play Video! She could not walk properly for days!
Alternate Message:

[Video] This is what Happend to his Ex GirlFriend!
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She could not walk properly for days!
[Video] – This is what Happend to his Ex Girl Friend!
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Play Video! She was Hurting for days, and could not walk!

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Trending: June 2011
Scam Type: Survey Scam

Why it’s a Scam:
Clicking on the wall post will take you to the following web page (notice this page doesn’t even line up with the scam message – this should  be a red flag):

This page is designed to look like Facebook with a video clip embedded in it. You are asked to share a message to your Wall before proceeding. This is how the scam is spreading rampantly on Facebook right now. This is such a sordid and perverse video. Be careful what you click or you might have some explaining to do to your Facebook friends. After sharing the message, the following survey scam loads.

How to Deal with the Scam:

You need to clean up your Facebook account so you won’t be spamming the same message that tricked you to your friends. Do this by removing the post from your Newsfeed and marking the post as Spam.  Do this by clicking the “x” in the top right hand corner of the post.

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Never complete surveys to unlock videos or other content on Facebook. Scammers use these tricks to either spread malware, obtain personal identification or earn commissions from marketing companies. Don’t pad their pocket and possibly open yourself up to harm!

Some of the surveys require you to download files to your computer. Never do this! If you did so in error, then run a complete system scan with a good anti-virus software program. The I.Q. Quiz scam has been around for a while, and it typically requires you to enter your cell phone number to receive the results. The scammers then bill you  for premium services. Keep an eye on your phone bill for bogus charges. Thanks for sharing with friends.

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