The Fake Facebook Post - Royal Caribbean International Giving Away Vacation Packages
Win Royal Carribean International Cruise TICKETS TO Any Place You Desire
After Having a wonderful year in 2013 We at Royal Caribbean International would like to Start the new year by sharing our good fortune with you our loving fans! By giving away Vacation Packages to any of our cruise locations. Which will include all expenses paid for 7 days (ROOM - SUITE & $3,500 SPENDING MONEY) for you and 3 of your friends.
To be entered to win all you have to do is the following:
1. LIKE and SHARE this photo!
2.to Claim Your Tickets Click the following link -->
http://reallyfunvacations.us/royal and that's it!
Good Luck , ~Royal Caribbean International~
This fake Facebook web page is located on Facebook at the following address:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/ Royal-Caribbean-International/ 395969257213641
This fake Facebook page has the name "Royal Caribbean International.". If you look carefully, you will notice that the name ends with a full stop or dot. This full stop or dot is the only thing separating this fake Facebook page name from the legitimate Royal Caribbean International Facebook page.
The legitimate Royal Caribbean International is located on Facebook at the following address:
And, it has the following name "Royal Caribbean International" and not “Royal Caribbean International.”.
So, always go to this legitimate page to verify any Royal Caribbean International Facebook post or promotion before taking part in any activity.
If you click the link on this fake Facebook post or web page, you will be redirected the website below:
This website will ask you to complete online surveys or you may be redirected to some form of spam or online advertisements, which the scammers behind it will get paid for.
On this website, you will be asked to do the following:
"Please fill out one of the following surveys. You will not be allowed to continue until you have completed a survey."
If you want to know if a Facebook page is legitimate, look out for a blue tick mark to the right of the page name. Facebook put this blue tick mark next to the names of all of the pages it has verified.
Now, if you have shared and "liked" this fake Facebook post, please remove all shared Facebook posts and "unlike" it.
Again, do not click on this post or follow the instructions in it. This Facebook post is a fake and has nothing to do with Royal Caribbean International.
The only person that will benefit from this scam, are the scammers behind it.
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