Facebook Page claims that you can win an Audi R8 car just by liking the page, commenting with your desired colour, and sharing a promotional post.
“Halloween Giveaway” post being shared on Facebook claims that you can get the chance to win a 1400 square foot, 3 bedroom, double wide mobile home just by liking and sharing and adding the comment “Done”.
Facebook Page that calls itself “Home Luxury” claims to be giving away a house. Supposedly, all you need to do for a chance to win is like the Facebook Page, share a post, and drop a comment.
A Facebook Page that calls itself “JB Hi-Fi Australia” claims that you can get a chance to win a MacBook Pro computer just by liking and sharing a promotional post and adding the comment “yay”.
Facebook Page that calls itself “Big Wheels” claims that you can win a variety of valuable prizes including bags of cash, cars, utility vehicles, and even refrigerators just by liking the Page, liking and sharing promotional posts, and commenting “done”.
Post from the “Disney Cruise Line.” Facebook Page claims that, because a previous winner of a cruise has chosen not to accept the prize, it is being given away again.
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”.
Post on a “trend style” Facebook Page claims that you can get the chance to win a “perfect cottage” just by liking the page, sharing a photo of the cottage, and adding the comment “thanks”.
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.