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Womans Boyfriend Walks In and Catches Her Cheating - Fake Video Sharing Website

2014-05-26T14:48:49  +
Womans Boyfriend Walks In and Catches Her Cheating - Fake Video Sharing Website

The Facebook post below: "Woman's boyfriend walks in and catches her cheating. Watch this viral video!" is a scam. This scam will attempt to trick you into granting the fake video sharing website (www.newsnowhdtv.com) access to your Facebook account. And, sharing anything on this website or giving their Facebook application access to your account will only help to spread this scam to your Facebook friends or even get your Facebook account banned.

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The Fake Video Sharing Website

Woman's boyfriend walks in and catches her cheating. Watch this viral video!
GIRL BUSTED AT HOME CHEATING - VIRAL VIDEO!
GIRL BUSTED AT HOME CHEATING - VIRAL VIDEO!
NEWSNOWHDTV.com
http://www.newsnowhdtv.com/collection/

If you click on the Facebook post, you will be asked to give their fraudulent Facebook application access to your account. This application will sent this same scam to all of your Facebook Friends, if you give them access to your Facebook account.

If you allow or deny this application from gaining access to your Facebook account, you will be redirected to the fake video sharing website: www.newsnowhdtv.com

fake video website www.newsnowhdtv.com

This website doesn't have all of the strange videos depicted by the images and will only prompt you to allow the Facebook applications access to your account. Some of the videos are taken from popular video sharing website YouTube.com, so it is recommended that you search it for these videos.

If you have already given this website access to your Facebook account, please remove it. Click here for instructions.

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