Prophet Caught Making Out with Married Woman Facebook Like Scam
November 21, 2013 6:02 PM
Jun 3, 2014
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"A Prophet caught making out with a married woman in a river", is another Facebook "Like" scam that promises Facebook users a video of the same. This scam tricks Facebook users into liking and sharing a website, by claiming that the users must like and share before they can view the video. But, for all those gullible Facebook users, there is no video. The picture in the post seems to have been taken from some adult movie.
This is how the scam is posted on Facebook
Prophet caught making out with married woman in a river (viewers discretion is advised)!!
Watch Prophet caught making out with married woman in a river (viewers discretion is advised)???
If you click on the scam posted on Facebook, you will be taken to the website below:
This page will ask you to like, share the same page, and then watch the video. But, after liking and sharing, you will discover that there is no video.
The link that the scam claims will take you to the video, will just take you to a page with a spinning star displaying the message: Waiting for Age Verification.
Waiting for Age Verification.
Graphic Video: Prophet caught making out with married woman in a river (viewers discretion is advised)
By liking and sharing this scam, you are only helping to spread it to other Facebook users and making the scammers responsible for this, earn money. Scammers earn money when they make a page popular and are able to sell it to the highest bidder, along with the names and other public information of the persons who liked or shared the scam.
I guess, the last thing we want to do is to make these scammers rich by tricking you and others into liking and sharing a Facebook post or website. So, if you have already liked or shared this scam, please unlike and unshare it.
Also, if the scam appears on your Facebook Timeline or Wall, please report it to Facebook and remove it.
If you have noticed or told my your friends that you are posting this scam or others, on their Facebook Walls or Timelines, please click here to remove unwanted or malicious applications from your Facebook account that maybe posting information on your behalf.
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