“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.
Post appearing on Facebook claims that you can click to get a free coupon valued at £70 from UK supermarket chain Iceland Foods.
Email purporting to be from a staff member at “FB Security Operating Inc” claims that you are among 20 lucky Facebook users randomly selected as winners in Facebook’s “Click and Like Promo”. Supposedly, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg launched the promo as a means of saying thank-you to Facebook’s users.
Email purporting to be from PayPal claims that your account has not been updated as part of the company’s regular account maintenance and you must click an “activate” link to confirm your email address.
A Facebook message from a friend appears to show that a video of you has racked up a very large number of views on YouTube.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can click to get a free Zinger Burger coupon from fast food outlet KFC.
Email purporting to be from US based bank Wells Fargo claims that the bank has implemented new security measures designed to protect customers from unauthorised login attempts. It claims that you must click a “secure update” link to update your credentials so that you can be part of these new security measures.
Facebook Page claims that it is giving away 20 BMW cars on February 1st 2017, and, for a chance to win, all you need to do is like the Page, share a post and comment “done”.
Circulating Facebook post claims that Apple is giving away iPhones to “random peoples” as a means of celebrating its 75th anniversary.