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"Most Terrifying Accident Ever - Woman Falls from 220ft Roller Coaster" Scam

2014-01-21T11:00:08  +
"Most Terrifying Accident Ever - Woman Falls from 220ft Roller Coaster" Scam

The Facebook post below: "Most Terrifying Accident Ever! Woman Falls from 220ft Roller Coaster", is another Facebook survey scam. This scam will trick you into 'liking', sharing and completing surveys, which the cybercriminals behind it will benefit from. There is no video, so do not be tricked into completing the surveys, liking or sharing the post. Cybercriminals will use graphic or fake images, which they claim is a video, to trick gullible Facebook users into clicking on, thinking they will be able to view the videos depicted by the images.

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The 'Most Terrifing Accident Ever! Woman Falls from 220ft Roller Coaster' Fake Facebook Post

Most Terrifing Accident Ever! Woman Falls from 220ft Roller Coaster' Fake Facebook Post
Most Terrifying Accident Ever! Woman Falls from 220ft Roller Coaster
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Click on the Picture to watch the most terrifying video footage ever!

Clicking on the Facebook post will take you to the malicious website below:
hxxp://vidz.abandonwarehouse.com/

This website will ask you to complete surveys and share it in order to view the video, but this is a trick to get you to complete the surveys that the cybercriminals behind this scam will get paid for or to spread this scam to your Facebook friends.

Remember, there is no video, and this is a scam. If this post appears on your Facebook Wall/Timeline, please delete it and do not like, share or comment on it.

Also, the same friend that this Facebook post came from, probably was tricked into sharing it.

This Facebook scam is similar to the following scams:

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