Facebook post claims that you can see who viewed your Facebook Profile by clicking to install a Facebook app called ‘Profile Spy’.
Message circulating via WhatsApp warns that users should beware of messages with specified numbers because the messages come from ‘satanic agents looking for blood through internet’. Supposedly, 11 people in Khomas, Namibia have already died after receiving calls from one of the numbers.
Email purporting to be from the National Australia Bank (NAB) claims that you can get $75 credited to your account by clicking a link and filling in a “quick 4 questions survey”.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can click to get 2 free tickets to fly anywhere from the UAE’s Etihad Airways.
Internet giant Yahoo has now officially confirmed that at least 500 million accounts were compromised in a massive 2014 security breach.
Post being shared on Facebook claims that you can click to get free flight tickets to fly anywhere courtesy of UK airline easyJet.
“Critical Alert” message that may appear while you are web browsing claims that your computer has been blocked due to virus and spyware infections and your personal information is being stolen. It urges you to call a listed support number immediately to get help with the problem. The page that triggers the popup appears to be part of the Microsoft website and features Microsoft logos, banners, and links.
Facebook Page claims that, “for the first time in Facebook history”, you can win a 2016 Toyota 4Runner by liking the Page and liking, sharing, and commenting on a “prize” post.
Circulating Facebook Post claims that, “for the first time in history”, you can win a 2016 Honda Civic Hatch by liking the post and the Facebook Page it comes from, sharing the post, and adding a comment specifying your “dream Honda car”.
“Breaking news” post circulating via social media claims that popular US actor Brad Pitt has been found dead. The post purports to be from Fox News.
Post being shared on Facebook claims that you can click to get a free 52 inch “unsealed” LED TV.
Emails claiming that your billing status is overdue urge you to open an attached “e-invoice” to review the outstanding balance.