Scam Signature Message: You wont beleive what she does!! omg you have to watch this
Scam Type: Like-Jacking, Survey Scam
Trending: May 2011
Why it’s a Scam:
We have received several reports of user account being “like-jacked” after clicking on the scam link. This will cause the scammer’s message to appear on your newsfeed stating that you “like” the video. As we have seen before, a bogus YouTube video is the bait. If you click on the scam link the followinging survey scam loads:
How to Deal with the Scam:
If your account does become like-jacked by this or other scams, your NewsFeed will have a posting stating that you “like” [insert random Facebook Scam here] Clean this up by clicking the “x” in the top right hand corner of the post.
Never complete surveys to unlock videos or other content on Facebook. Scammers use these tricks to either spread malware, obtain personal identification or earn commissions from marketing companies. Don’t pad their pocket and possibly open yourself up to harm!
Some of the surveys require you to download files to your computer. Never do this! If you did so in error, then run a complete system scan with a good anti-virus software program. The I.Q. Quiz scam has been around for a while, and it typically requires you to enter your cell phone number to receive the results. The scammers then bill you for premium services. Keep an eye on your phone bill for bogus charges.
If you or your Facebook friends are falling for tricks like this, it’s time to get yourself informed of the latest threats. Be sure to join the Facecrooks page on Facebook to be kept informed of the latest security issues. Also check out: