Fake Floyd Mayweather Facebook Page Claims He is giving away 10 Million Dollars
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The Fake Floyd Mayweather Facebook Page and Post
I've got so much money..So I've decided its about time that I give back to the people that supported me over the years,
Because when I die the money is still gonna remain right here, I sat down all week long thinking about this and I told myself its time, I'm not gonna wait any longer, if it weren't for each and everyone of you,
Would I be here with all this money?? No I don't think so, So they say that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer but not this time, because the poor is gonna get something, and I'm the rich one and I'm gonna give it to you, why don't I just do something right now that no rich man or woman had the guts to do. I'm gonna do it right now, and show all these rich people that when you die your money is still gonna remain right here, 10 million dollars ain't gonna kill me, god is gonna give me back a lot more, and to those people that think I'm bluffing stay off my post that's it, I'm not on no games this is real..
Its Official, I'm Giving Away 10 Million dollars to 10,000 Lucky Fans. That's $1,000 Dollars Each, All you have to do is follow these three Easy steps,
1) Like this photo real Quick. Step
2) Share this photo In 1 Second, Step
3. Like my page. Floyd Mayweather HQ
This is just a gift from me to you.. Winners will be picked random, Good luck!!
The fake Floyd Mayweather Facebook page is located at:
While the legitimate Floyd Mayweather Facebook page is located at:
The scammers may recreate the same scam on other Facebook pages.
The aim of the scammers behind the giveaway is to get as many Facebook users as possible to “like”, comment on, and share the fake Floyd Mayweather Facebook page.
By liking, commenting on, or sharing the Facebook post, you are only helping to spread it to other Facebook users and making the scammers responsible for this, earn money.
Scammers earn money when they make a page popular and are able to sell it to the highest bidder, along with the names and other public information of the persons who liked, commented on, or shared the web page.
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