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The website:, contains a lot of Facebook marketing scam tools that can be used to trick Facebook users into sharing or "liking" a malicious web page. Do not visit this website, and if you are unknowingly taken to it or tricked into visiting it, please do not follow the instructions on it.

One of the scams on this website is the Free ASDA Shopping Voucher. Click here to read more about this scam.

The website uses the malicious Facebook tools called "Click Jack - The Like Button", which is used to trick Facebook users into liking a particular page.

This is how the website looks:

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Invisible Facebook Like Button
Click Jack The LIKE Button

This is a great tool to bring lots of traffic to your site. Everybody knows the today's popularity of Facebook and the importance of Facebook Marketing. Once this tool is installed on your web page, it will bring thousands of visitors.

This demo shows the LIKE button floating with the mouse in a visable state, when you buy the script the LIKE button will be invisable!


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  • February 24, 2014 at 10:04 AM by an anonymous user from London, England, United Kingdom

    I just got tricked into an asos scam, please can someone advise how to rectify once you have shared??


    • February 24, 2014 at 6:39 PM by info

      <a href="/article/2014/2/24/how-to-view-and-remove-your-facebook-likes-shares-and-comments/">Click here</a> for instructions on how to remove your shared post.


  • February 24, 2014 at 8:52 AM by an anonymous user from Los Angeles, California, United States

    This time it was a Zara voucher ((


  • February 22, 2014 at 6:31 PM by an anonymous user from Singapore, Central Singapore, Singapore

    I just got tricked into this scam, it was in the form of a free 250 pounds asos voucher and it told me to share it on facebook first. Now I get randoms adding me, how do I find out how to stop the website from using my facebook account?


  • January 2, 2014 at 10:37 AM by an anonymous user from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    Also spotted advertising a free £250 ASOS gift voucher


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