Fake Disney Page and Promotion - "Get a Disney Cruise with 2000 Spending Money"
April 13, 2015
January 10, 2014
The website: www.disney-cruise-lines.com and its Facebook page are a scam. The Walt Disney World Facebook page will attempt to trick Facebook users into sharing the same page and going to a bogus Walt Disney World website, by promising them a Disney Cruise with $2000 spending money. But, this promotion is a fake, has nothing to do with Walt Disney World and is only a trick to get Facebook users to complete surveys.
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The Fake Walt Disney World Facebook Page
Get a Disney Cruise from us for a date of your choice. www.disney-cruise-lines.com. Good luck and happy new year.
This fake Walt Disney world Facebook page is located on Faceboook.com at:
The legitimate Walt Disney Facebook page is located at:
The Fake Walt Disney World Facebook Promotion
Get a Disney Cruise with $2,000 spending money
Great news, we're giving you a chance to get a Disney Cruise for you and 5 friends to 50 people from us with $2,000 spending money for a date of your choice.
Just Share this video then go here: www.disney-cruise-lines.com
Happy New Years & Good luck, competition ends in 48 hours.
This promotion asks Facebook users to share it, which will only spread it to their Facebook friends. After sharing, this fake promotion will ask the same users to click the link in it, which will take them to the fake Walt Disney World website www.disney-cruise-lines.com.
On the fake website, the users will be asked to complete several surveys in order to claim their prizes. But there is no prize regardless of how many surveys are completed.
And the more surveys that are completed, the more the scammers behind this fake website and promotion will earn money.
Also, the information that is entered on the surveys will be sent to online marketers and scammers who will use this information to send spam or scam the same users.
So, do not share this fake Walt Disney World website, Facebook promotion or complete any survey. If you have already "like" or shared the website and promotion, "unlike" them and delete any shared Facebook post that you have created of this fake website and promotion.
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