We just deleted a message about free Credits that showed on AllFacebook’s page on Facebook today.
If you receive an email saying that you won the Facebook lottery, please delete the message.
Beware: Amid the ubiquitous posts by users mourning the death of Steve Jobs, some of the postings about the founder of Apple lead to malware. Free iPad scams have also returned to the site.
We’ve noticed a revival of free Facebook credits scamware on the site.
Amy Winehouse death scams took to Facebook just hours after she was found dead in her Camden home on Saturday.
While not extremely dangerous, a new like-jacking scam is spreading on Facebook that results is a user liking a page when they click to see the so-called “World Funniest Condom Commercial.”
Almost as viral as the latest Facebook scam are the warnings users have been posting to each other since the beginning of the weekend.
The latest scamware circulating on Facebook promises illicit video footage but only leads to malware and content that earns the scammer a commission.
A scam that seems to keep reincarnating has returned to Facebook again, with wall spam announcing who looks at someone’s profile the most. Don’t click on it.
The latest scam spreading across Facebook falsely promises 50 free Farm Cash and a Groupon for half off purchases at Bath and Body. Nothing of the sort awaits those who click on the posts, as they lead to yet another marketing survey. Completing it exposes you to malware while earning a commission for the scammer.