Have you come across a Facebook Page that claims that US actor and comedian Tyler Perry is giving away cash and expensive gifts to his fans just for liking, commenting and sharing? If so, don't be tempted to participate. These Facebook Pages are scams.
This supposed invoice email, which purports to be from Apple, thanks you for purchasing a MacBook laptop computer. The email, which uses the Apple logo and colour scheme, includes images of the laptop along with details of the order.
Message featuring a photograph of horses sheltering under a giant table and chairs claims that the horse owner built the massive furniture after he was denied council permission to build a more traditional horse shelter.
According to a post that is currently circulating rapidly on Facebook, you can click to get 5 free tickets for the popular UK theme park Alton Towers. Supposedly, the tickets are being given away as a means of celebrating the theme park's 39th anniversary.
According to a post that is currently appearing on Facebook, you can win one of seven tiny houses just by liking and sharing. The post, which was published on a Facebook Page that calls itself "Holiday Club", claims that the winners will be chosen at random on 21st June.
Message claims that smartphone instant messaging application WhatsApp needs its users to re-send the same message to everyone on their contact lists to prove that they are active users because the company's "servers have recently been really full" or are "very congested".
Chain message claims to present photographic evidence that the moon was once split in two thereby supposedly giving scientific support to Islamic stories of a miracle once performed by the Prophet Muhammad in which he split the moon into two parts.
Circulating message claims that a child went missing at Legoland but was later found with a shaved head and new clothes, drugged in a stroller, and ready to be taken out of the theme park by his would-be abductors.
According to a post that is being shared on Facebook, you can click to get two free tickets courtesy of Australian airline Jetstar. Supposedly, Jetstar is giving away the tickets as a means of celebrating "15 years of quality service".
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According to a post that is circulating via Facebook, you can help a sick child just by sharing her picture. The post, which includes a photograph of a young child in a hospital bed, claims that every time her picture is shared, she will receive a $1 donation towards her medical expenses.
This email, which is supposedly from credit card provider Visa, claims that the company has detected problems regarding your credit card and needs you to "verify some informations' before you can use the card again.