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"Lady in Red Loses Control and Decides to Kill Em All" Facebook Scam

"Lady in Red Loses Control and Decides to Kill Em All" Facebook Scam

This scam is spreading on Facebook like wildfire. The scam is called "Mal/FBScam-A" by antivirus software makers. "Mal/FBScam-A" is a malicious website containing a scam targeting Facebook users. This is typically seen on pages with fake media content or offers, which may also contain survey scams.

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This is how this Facebook scam looks:

Lady in red loses control and decides to 'kill em all' (Files)
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An eighteen year old girl, almost cut herself, by trying to cut a log with an axe. The young girl with her friends, went for a mountain trip. While they were walking down the woods, they saw a lumberjack cutting timber. The girl claimed that, the whole process is ridiculous. -Why don't you show us how ridiculous is it, by cutting off a log, said one of her friends. The eighteen year old denied at first, but the pressure and the provoking comments from her friends, forced her to attempt. So, she grapped the axe and...

She went absolutely crazy, see what she did next in the video

Facebook Scam: Lady in red loses control and decides to kill em all

If you click on the links or anything in this scam, you will be taken to the following malicious website:

  • .cm/??586598676

The website name above may change.

This website will attempt to redirect you to the "Mal/FBScam-A" scam located at the malicious website below:

  • http://64.79.76. 226/~silali/watch/jack.php ?action=connect&cid=51b0144660dd6

The website name above may change.

This scam is located on Facebook at the following locations:


There are hundreds more of this group on Facebook, with a few added every day. If this scam is posted on your Facebook Timeline, Wall or you are asked to join this group, please delete. Do not 'like', share or comment on this scam, because this will only help spread this scam to other Facebook users.

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