Facebook Scams: WTF – What are you doing in this Video??

WTF_wallScam Signature Message: WTF – What are you doing in this Video??
99%of people will search this girl on google after watching this amazing video.

Trending: June 2011
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Why it’s a Scam:

We have seen this woman before. She is an Italian bombshell, Marika Fruscio, and there was a hugely viral Facebook scam involving this very same photo back in March. The scammers are getting lazy and recycling content. Once you catch on to their tricks, this will make it easier for you to spot them. Clicking on the Wall post link will first send you to wtfontv.weebly.com/, and this page redirects you to astar16.info/new/. It looks like you are on Facebook, but examining the URL clearly shows that you aren’t.

Clicking any of the buttons located on the page will click-jack your Facebook account. This will post the spammer’s message shown above on your Facebook Wall. Always be careful on what you click, especially on Facebook! After the click-jacking attack, the following survey scam is loaded:

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How to Deal with the Scam:

You need to clean up your Facebook account 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.

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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