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Apple iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotional Scam

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Apple iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotional Scam

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The IPhone 5c Giveaway promotion below is bogus. This fake promotion promises an IPhone 5c after sharing and "liking" it on Facebook. Also, the promotion has a link to a website that promises an IPhone 5c, if you complete a certain amount of online surveys. You will not receive an "Apple IPhone 5c" after completing the surveys. The aim of the scammers behind this promotion is to get as many Facebook users as possible to "like" and share this fake IPhone 5c promotional Facebook page and to make money from the surveys that are completed by their victims.

Apple iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotion Scam

Apple iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotional Scam

Celebrating the launch of our new iPhone 5c we're giving away 75 of them to some lucky people. Want to win? Share this photo & go here: http://www.iphone5cwin.biz

75 Random shares will be chosen where each person will receive a message through Facebook to notify that they have one.. Good luck!

Celebrating the launch of our new iPhone 5c we're giving away 80 of them to some lucky people.

Want to win? Just Share this photo & Like our page!

Winners will be announced and messaged tomorrow evening. Good Luck!
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Already, 6,534 persons have like this page and 31,454 persons are talking about it.

The Facebook page is located at:
https://www.facebook.com/pages /Apple-iPhone-5c/233294113489225

The scammer behind this fake promotional page, make money when someone completes an online survey.

iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotion Scam Website

Apple iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotional Scam www.iphone5cwin.biz

The website is located at: http://www.iphone5cwin.biz. Please do not help these scammers behind this scam get rich by sharing, 'liking' or commenting on this scam.

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  • September 16, 2013 at 8:03 AM by an anonymous user from Albany, New York, United States

    I had started an event on Facebook to take down some of these pages last year at:

    https://www.facebook.com/events/ 138905589592265/ 141944795955011

    It was very successful.

    They are not just getting paid for surveys and recruiting people, they are stealing people's identities through several means. They are gaining people's personal information from the surveys. They are also infecting people's computers when they are sharing the pictures. Take a look at my Facebook page to learn more.

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Apple iPhone 5c Giveaway Promotional Scam