Scammers have place a new spin on an aged Face book scam, claim that a girl killed herself on Halloween after her father post a message on her wall.Facebook users are distribution messages with their friends, claim to link to the scandalous content.
This is unbelievable.. Shocking..
The messages are at present dispersal very quickly on Face book, as – at the instant at least – Face book’s built-in safety systems are not blocking them. We’ve seen alike scams in the past, of course, counting some which claim that the girl kill herself on Christmas Eve rather than at Halloween.
Of course, the story is only intended to lure you into click on the link. So what do you see if you do click on the link?
You are in use to a third-party webpage where you are told that in arrange to sight the shocking message left by the father on his late daughter’s Facebook wall, you will have to “Share” and “Recommend” the link with your friends.Woah!! Would you really share and recommend a link before you’ve actually found out what the content is?
Sadly, plenty of Facebook users are so inquisitive that they will do precisely that – serving the message increase for scammers.
And why do the scammers desire the message to spread?
Because it drives traffic to online surveys like this, which earn the scammers affiliate commission: If you were fooled into participate in this scam remove the message from your newsfeed, and delete any messages you may have inadvertently shared with your friends. That way at least you are no longer spreading it with your online chums.