Email purporting to be from Prince Harry of Wales asks you to click a link to donate money to a children’s charity that the Prince is supposedly supporting.
Email with an attached photograph of a very muscular canine claims that the dog is the strongest in the world and works for the Russian Army.
Outline: Message claims that Australia’s General Peter Cosgrove made a remark about a female interviewer being “equipped to be a prostitute” during an interview on ABC radio. Brief Analysis: The claim in the message ...
Various “Range Rover 2017” Facebook Pages claim that “for the first time in Facebook history” you can get the chance to win a Range Rover just by liking the Page, sharing a post, and adding a comment stating which colour you would like if you win. Some versions instruct you to click a link or sign-up button as well.
Email offers the recipient a part time job cleaning an apartment for a quite generous fee. The cleaner is advised to deduct this fee from a cheque made out for a considerably larger amount and then wire the remainder to the landlord via a money transfer service.
“Action required” email purporting to be from Chase Bank claims that you must click a link to confirm that you or someone authorized to use your debit card made a recent transaction.
“Richard Charles Branson” Facebook Page claims that you can share a post and then click a “Sign Up” button for a chance to win a $4000 holiday to a private island.
Facebook post promises free Primark vouchers to users who click a link in the post and participate as instructed.
Message warns that a person named Christopher Butterfield is a hacker and that simply accepting a friend request from him will allow him to hack your computer.
Post appearing on Facebook claims that you can click to get a free coupon valued at £70 from UK supermarket chain Iceland Foods.