Free Facebook Credits Scams
Aug 23, 2013
There are hundreds of "Free Facebook Credits" scams on Facebook that are tricking Facebook users into completing surveys by offering them so-called prizes, gifts,giveaways or other rewards in return. The hackers or scammers behind these scams will get paid each time someone completes a survey. You and the other hand, WILL NOT receive a prize, gift or any other rewards.
Please continue reading below.
Different Versions of the Scam
Free Facebook Credits
? How To Claim ?
Step:1 - Like/Share
Step:2 - Complete a short survey
Here ? hxxp://downupfiles.com/file/0rl7A ? To Claim
Step:3 - Comment " Thanks For the free Credits "
Hello Facebook Users! We would like to say thank you to all the folks that made Facebook the top social networking site of 2013. As a reward, Get this Free 50$ Facebook Credits of your choice when you LIKE and SHARE!..
If you click on any of the scams above, you will be redirected to a website, which will ask you to complete a few surveys before you can receive your so-called reward or credit. The scammers behind these surveys will be paid each time someone completes a survey. The person who completed the survey will not receive anything. So, please do not help these scammers become rich.
One of the websites you will be redirected and asked to complete a few surveys:
You will also be asked to share and "like" this scam, which is a trick used by these scammers have you spread this scam to your friends. Thousands of Facebook users have already shared or "liked" this scam thinking it is legitimate.
You may be asked to purchase Facebook credit. Please do not, because you run the risk of your personal and credit card information being stolen.
If you receive this Free Facebook Credits scam on you Wall or Timeline, please delete and do not share, "like" or comment on it. If you are asked to complete a survey in order to receive a prize or gift, usually it is a scam.
If you think your Facebook account was compromised because persons are telling you that you keep posting this scam on your Timeline or Wall, please change your Facebook password. Click here to change your Facebook password.
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