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“GiveAways Daily” Facebook Page is a Scam

by Brett M. Christensen

Outline:
Facebook Page called “GiveAways Daily” claims that you can win various valuable prizes including laptops and high-end four-wheel drive vehicles just by liking, sharing and commenting.


Analysis:
The Facebook Page is yet another scam designed to accumulate large numbers of Facebook likes as quickly as possible. It is one of a series of related “deal” scam Pages that all promise participants the chance to win valuable prizes. Other scam pages in the same network have been named “Daily Deal”, “The Weekly Deal” and “Weekly Deals”. These bogus Facebook Pages tend to cross promote each other.

All of these Pages are scams and those who participate have no chance whatsoever of winning anything at all.

Once the Pages have collected a large number of likes, they can then be reused to launch other types of scam or promote other scam Pages. Alternatively, they might be sold on the black market to other scammers.

Like-farming scams like this one remain very common.


This Hoax-Slayer YouTube video explains more about how like-farming scams work:

Refer to the following resources for further details about such scams:
Facebook Like-Farming Scams
Like-Farming Scam List

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Last updated: March 15, 2017
First published: March 15, 2017
By Brett M. Christensen
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References
Beware The “Weekly Deals” Scam Facebook Page

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