Facebook Survey Scam - "Win Disney World Vacation for Up to 5 People"
Feb 23, 2015
Scammers have created a fake Walt Disney World website (www.disney-world-comp.com) and Facebook webpage (see below), which they are using to trick Facebook users into commenting on, "liking", sharing and completing surveys, by telling them they need to do so, in order to have a chance to win a vacation to Disney World. But, it doesn’t matter how many surveys you complete or how many times you like or share the fake Walt Disney World Facebook page or website, you will never receive what you were promised.
Please continue reading below.
If you follow the instructions on the page, you are only helping the scammers who have created the fake Facebook page and website get richer, because they earn money whenever their victims are tricked into completing the surveys. The victims on the other hand, will never receive what they were promised and will feel used.
The Facebook Survey Scam
Walt Disney World.
As part of #GiftFeb we're giving you the chance to get this amazing Disney World vacation for up to 5 people on a date of your choice with a $1000 Visa Gift Card
To enter Share, Like & Comment then go here www.disney-world-comp.com
Limited time only, Like our page to keep informed. Good luck!
Claim your vacation to Disney World!
To get your vacation to Disney World please fill in the form below and click submit we will contact you as soon as we see your email!
Celebrating a record annual turnover, Disney is giving away an all paid for vacation for 5 on a date of your choice with $1,500 spending cash per adult? We're doing this lifetime give-away in the next few days.
To enter Share & Like post. (Comment '?#WinDisney' to double chances.
Ends 24th February, Good Luck. Winners will be announced by this page
The Fake Walt Disney Facebook Page
The Fake Walt Disney Facebook Website is located at:
The Fake Walt Disney Website www.disney-world-comp.com
Sharing, commenting or liking the fake Walt Disney scam above will only help spread the scam to other Facebook users, who may also become victims.
If the post shows up on your Facebook Wall, Timeline or NewsFeed, please delete it.
Always go to Walt Disney’s legitimate Facebook page to verify promotions, giveaways or offers, before taking part in them.
Click here to visit the official Walt Disney Facebook page.
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