Beware of "2013 Ford Mustang Facebook Giveaway" Scam
August 10, 2014
October 18, 2013
The 2013 Ford Mustang Facebook Giveaway page is a scam and is not affiliated with Ford or Facebook. This page was designed to trick as much Facebook users into "liking", sharing or commenting on it. This will help promote the page by sending it to other Facebook users whose friends have liked, shared or commented on it. It will also help the scammers collect information about them.
Please continue reading below.
The "2013 Ford Mustang Facebook Giveaway" Scam
For the first time in FaceBook history we are giving away a 2013 Ford Mustang to one lucky winner that we will select on October 21st completely at random.
Would you like to join this amazing giveaway for a chance to own a brand new Mustang ? Simply follow the following steps to enter the competition :
1) Step 1 - Like our Fanpage and stay in touch with updates
2) Step 2 - Share this photo on your timeline
3) Step 3 - Comment below your desired color: black or white
Good Luck everyone and fingers crossed !
This scam is located on Facebook on the following page:
hxxps://www.facebook.com /pages/ 2013-Ford-Mustang/ 299588026833198
The scammers may create new pages, so watch out for the same scam on different pages, worded differently with different images.
Do not "like", comment or shared this page with your friends or family. This is because doing so will only help the scammers behind this scam to collect your information and later send you spam or other scams.
They may also sell your information on the Black Market, to other scammers who will use this information to attempt to scam you.
Before taking part in any of the promotions on Facebook, please do your research. Find out if the promotion is fake or not by asking friends or family about it.
You may also use search engines like www.google.com to locate information posted by persons on the internet about a particular promotion, which will help you determine if the same promotion is a scam or not.
Scammers will always use enticing offers, prizes or promotions to lure their victims into traps, especially now, when the world’s economy is in “low gear”.
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