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Spam - "This Guy Went A Little To Far With His Revenge On His Ex Girlfriend"

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Spam - "This Guy Went A Little To Far With His Revenge On His Ex Girlfriend"

If you have received the post below on your Facebook wall, please report it as spam. Do not click on it, like or share it with your friends. The post is setup by spammers to have you spread their spam. They promise to show you a video after completing a test to verify that you are a human but, you will be redirected to spam advertising websites or other malicious websites, after doing so.

Please continue reading below.

The post lures its victim in by showing a video thumbnail of a very attractive lady in tight clothing and states "This GUY Went A Little To Far WITH His REVENGE On His EX GIRLFRIEND!” With a thumbnail and title like this, a lot of persons will click the link because their curiosity will get the better of them.

This is how the post looks:

"This GUY Went A Little To Far WITH His REVENGE On His EX GIRLFRIEND!

youtubethinggg.tumblr.com He just went too far omg"

This Guy Went A Little To Far With His Ex-GirlFriend

If you click on the post, you will be taken to the following website:

http://youtubethinggg.tumblr.com/?sk=rev

This Guy Went A Little To Far With His Ex-GirlFriend Webpage

You will then be asked to “Like” the Facebook post (DO NOT)

This Guy Went A Little To Far With His Ex-GirlFriend Like Confirm

If you click the "Like" button, you will be taken this website:

http://youtubevideoid939393.tumblr.com/

This Guy Went A Little To Far With His Ex-GirlFriend

You will be asked to verify that you are human by taking a test. This is not a human verification test; it's disguised to trick you into "liking" the post, so that you can spread it to your Facebook friends and their friends.

If you are asked to “Like” anything on Facebook before you are able to view it, please do not. This is how spammers and scammers trick persons into spreading their spams and malicious codes.

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