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Video Scam - "This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums"

The viral video: "This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums, What Dentists Found Out Is Terrifying" that you can watch below, which shows a dentist removing maggots from a little girl's gum, is now being used by cyber-criminals to trick social networking users into clicking on a post which claims that they can view the video.
Video Scam - "This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums"
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Video Scam - "This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums"


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Video Scam - "This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums"

The viral video: "This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums, What Dentists Found Out Is Terrifying" that you can watch below, which shows a dentist removing maggots from a little girl's gum, is now being used by cyber-criminals to trick social networking users into clicking on a post which claims that they can view the video.

Please continue reading below.

But, instead of getting a chance to view the video, social networking users will be taken to a website and ask to give a malicious Facebook application access to their accounts and ask to download other malware that will infect their computers.

The Real Video of the Maggots Being Removed From the Little Girl's Gum

The Fake Shocking Video Post

Little Girl With Maggots in her Gum

This Little Girl Complained About Something Moving Inside her Gums, What Dentists Found Out Is Terrifying

Ana Cardoso, 10, was taken to the clinic after complaining about feeling a tingling sensation in her gums and things "moving around". Stunned mum Adriana, 35, said: "She had been saying for a few days that she felt something moving around in her mouth and at first I thought she was joking

Remember, if you are asked to share, comment on or “like” a video before you are able to view it, it is usually a scam, and it is recommended that you do not those things in order to view the video.

If you have already given the cyber-criminals' fake application access to your Facebook account, please click here for instructions on how to easily remove it from your Facebook account.

Remember to leave your comment and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

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