According to a post currently being shared on Facebook, amusement park Six Flags is giving away five free tickets per family.
The post features an image supposedly depicting the free ticket coupon and includes the Six Flags logo. Supposedly, the company has launched the ticket giveaway as a means of celebrating its 93rd anniversary.
However, the post is fraudulent. People who choose to participate will never receive the promised free tickets. The free tickets are just a figment of a scammer’s imagination and the post has no connection to Six Flags.
The post is yet another Facebook giveaway scam. Its intention is to trick you into submitting your personal information on suspect websites.
The information you provide on the sites will be shared with unscrupulous marketing companies who will inundate you with unwanted phone calls, emails, text messages, and letters.
For the record, Six Flags is not celebrating its 93rd anniversary in 2019 as claimed in the scam post. The company was founded in 1961.
A screenshot of the scam post: