Video Scamming Websites - NewTrendLink.com, TrendLink.biz and NewTrendLink.net

Video Scamming Websites - NewTrendLink.com, TrendLink.biz and NewTrendLink.net

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The websites: www.NewTrendLink.com, www.TrendLink.biz and www.NewTrendLink.net are fakes and video scamming websites, designed to look like popular news website CNN, and the most popular social networking website Facebook. The websites were created with the intention of tricking Facebook users into sharing or liking them, by promising to show them (Facebook users) a video after doing so.

But, there is no video and sharing will only spread the scams to other Facebook users. Some of links and advertisements on these websites are malicious. They may take you to fake websites and ask you to download malicious software.

The Malicious Websites Facebook Share/Like Dialog Box

Video Scams - Like Us on Facebook

If you are shown the dialog box above and ask to share or like, please close the browser window.

Here are some of the Video Scams on the Websites

  • [The Biggest Sea Flower]Wow! Giant Sea Flower Discovered!
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  • [Latest News] All The Passengers Of This Two Planes Are Dead!
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  • Vice Ganda Naka Upong Umihi At Galit Na Galit Ng accedintaly Na open Ang Door.
    Click to watch the video.
  • The Elephant Got Hit By The Train!
    Click to watch the video.
  • [Full Video] Canada: Toronto Mayor in New Crack Video Scandal.
    Click to watch the video.
  • She Forgot To Wear Her Panty.
    Click to watch the video.
  • [Leak Video] Pokwang Scandal.
    Click to watch the video.
  • [Leak Video] Sarah G and Raver Scandal.
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  • [Actual Video] Human Transform To Demon.
    Click to watch the video.
  • This Young Ladies Killed By There Father Because Of This Trending Video In Social Media.
    Click to watch the video.
  • Watch Anne Curtis stung by Jellyfish
    Click to watch the video.

Also, some of advertisements on the websites generate revenue for the cyber-criminals who have created them. So, the more persons who visit the websites, the more revenue they will generate. Now, this one of the reasons they trick Facebook users into sharing, because they can reach millions of persons this way.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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