“Weekly Deals” Facebook Page claims that you can win various prizes such as Airstream trailers, iPads, and smart TVs just by liking, sharing, commenting, and clicking a link to “validate your participation”.
Facebook Page that calls itself “The Weekly Deal” claims that you can get the chance to win valuable prizes such as 4WD vehicles, lawn tractors, and washer and dryer sets just by liking and sharing, adding the comment “win”, and clicking a link to “validate your participation.
Facebook post claims that you can click to receive a free coupon valued at $50 from American fast food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A. Supposedly, the company is giving EVERYONE a free coupon to celebrate its anniversary.
Facebook post claims that you can win a $1000 Amazon Gift Card by liking the post and associated Page, sharing the post, commenting “done”, and clicking a link to “validate your participation”.
Message being distributed via WhatsApp entices you to follow a link to complete a survey for the chance to win two free South African Airways tickets to anywhere in the world.
Circulating Facebook post claims that you can click to get a free coupon valued at $100 from Canadian supermarket chain Loblaws.
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.
“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.