Various Facebook Pages promise the chance to win Apple iPhones just for liking, sharing, and commenting.
In this video, we cover a phishing scam email that tries to steal your Microsoft Account details. We show what happens when you click the link in the scam email.
Circulating Facebook post that features a video of a little boy in a hospital bed claims that the baby has cancer and that Facebook has decided to help by donating $2 for every like, $4 for every comment, and $8 for every share.
In this video, we cover a Facebook scam that claims that you can win a free Range Rover by liking, sharing, commenting, and filling in surveys.
“Verification Required” email purporting to be from PayPal claims that your account has been limited due to several listed security issues and you must click a “Remove Limitation” button to address the issues.
Report circulating via social media claims that the FDA has found a million pounds of rat meat at the Port of San Francisco that was destined to be sold as chicken wings across the United States.
Emails with just the subject line “photo” and just a name in the message body include a .zip file that supposedly contains an image.
Message purporting to be from Facebook Security Management claims that your account will be disabled because other users have reported your actions. It instructs you to click a link to re-confirm your details or Facebook will remove your account.
Post going viral on Facebook claims that, “for the first time in Facebook history”, you can get a chance to win a 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser just by liking, sharing, and commenting.
Post being distributed on Facebook claims that you can click to get two free Southwest Airline tickets to fly anywhere.