Post currently being distributed across Facebook claims that you can click to get a free large pizza from pizza chain Little Caesars. The post claims that the company is giving everyone a free pizza as a means of celebrating its birthday.
Post being shared on Facebook claims that you can click to get 10 free cartons of Marlboro brand cigarettes. The post claims that the giveaway is to celebrate Marlboro’s 110th anniversary.
Email purporting to be from Apple Management claims that some of your information needs to be re-entered so that it can pass Apple’s ‘enhanced security policies’.
Circulating post from a Facebook Page called ‘Kmart AU’ claims that you can win the chance to take everything you want from a Kmart store for ten minutes by liking, sharing, commenting, and clicking a link to claim your entry.
Email purporting to be from your Webmail Administrator claims that, unless you click a link to verify and upgrade your account, your email address will stop receiving messages because the system has detected a ‘violation of spam activities’.
Post going viral on Facebook claims that you can win 10 minutes to ‘go crazy’ and take anything you want in a JB Hi-Fi store just by liking, sharing, and commenting.
Email purporting to be from ‘Your Domain Admin’ claims that your email account has exceeded its storage limit and you must therefore open an attached file to re-validate your mail box.
Email purporting to be from the National Australia Bank (NAB) claims that, due to a recent server update and upgrade, all customers must click a link to verify their accounts.
Facebook Page calling itself ‘Mercedes Benz 2016’ claims that you can get a chance to win a Mercedes Benz by liking, sharing, commenting, and clicking a sign up button.
Email purporting to be from Yahoo claims that you recently initiated an action to shut down your Yahoo account and you should click a ‘Cancel Request’ link if you do not want the account closed.