Scam Alerts – Facebook, Girl killed herself scam & Twitter email

There are two scams flying around the internet, one on Facebook and the other is a variation on email scams, designed to hack. Facebook –  Girl Killed Herself on Halloween After Dad Posted This on Her Wall – The scam link shows this picture. This is just a rerun by scammers of the past which as usual is spreading deathly fast! Excuse the pun! It actually has the cheek to ask you to share and recommend it before you’ve even been taken to the link to see if it is real. As usual this doesn’t take you to a video […]

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Facebook Gold Membership Hoax

The Gold Membership hoax could now cost money!  Fake “where to pay” sites are appearing. Facebook users have been warned that facebook charging scams  like this are circulating, they are FAKE.  However people are still sharing these things –  I’ve seen facebook pages and messages with a link to a website to pay your money – don’t click it, and certainly don’t pay its bogus! This one went viral really quickly … FACEBOOK JUST RELEASED THEIR PRICE GRID FOR MEMBERSHIP. $9.99 PER MONTH FOR GOLD MEMBER SERVICES, $6.99 PER MONTH FOR SILVER MEMBER SERVICES, $3.99 PER MONTH FOR BRONZE MEMBER […]

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Clever Facebook 7th Birthday Scam

Facebook users are  being lead to believe that they can get a free pair of shoes as a special gift from Facebook as a birthday celebration. To redeem your gift all you have to do is verify your Facebook account by logging into Facebook mobile. There is even a video showing you how to do this to make it seem even more realistic and because it is quite tricky to find your facebook mobile email.  You then have to complete a survey (which is how they earn their money)  This should always be an alarm for users, surveys on Facebook are usually […]

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Paedo Alert! Protecting our kids

Facebook say they have “no objection in principle” to installing an anti-paedophile panic button on its site for kids who feel that they may be in danger.…. Paedo Alert! This one statement has produced two different sides of coverage….. Facebook Might Add ‘Panic Button’ To Protect Kids The Next Web Facebook rules out installing ‘panic button’ BBC News   What exactly does that statement mean?   I think it means they are biding their time until they can come up with another solution, maybe they don’t like to be told what to do? Facebook was criticised for not doing enough to […]

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