Facebook Scam - "50 Cent To Give $1 Million To Anyone Who Follows Two Simple Steps"

Facebook Scam - 50 Cent To Give $1 Million To Anyone Who Follows Two Simple Steps

The Facebook page below, which claims 50 Cent, an American rapper, is giving away $1 million after Floyd MayWeather victory, is a like-farming scam. The fake page that goes by the name "50 Cent Ceo," has nothing to do with 50 Cent. You may verify this by visiting his legitimate Facebook page (see link to page below). The page was created by scammers to trick their victims into "liking", commenting on, and sharing the fake 50 Cent Facebook page, in order to make it popular.

The Fake 50 Cent Facebook Page and Post

50 Cent Ceo

Congrats Floyd!!! NOW IT'S OFFICIAL! Money Team Giveaway!

I will give away 1 Million Dollars to one Lucky fan. There is only a couple of days left to enter. All you have to do to enter is:

1. LIKE My Page 50 Cent Ceo real fast.
2.SHARE & Like this post quick.
3.comment What You Would Do With The Cash!

Winner will be picked at random! Good luck!

Fake 50 Cent Website: 50 Cent Ceo

50 Cent To Give $1 Million To Anyone Who Follows Two Simple Steps (Details Inside)

For Weeks Floyd Mayweather And Now 50 Cent have Been Giving Out Millions To Lucky Fans All Around The World. Here Is A List Of The Some Of The Winners...

This fake 50 Cent Facebook page is located at:

  • https://www.facebook.com/50CentCeo

While the legitimate 50 Cent Facebook page is located at:

50 Cent Facebook Page

The aim of the scammers behind this promotion is to get as many Facebook users as possible to “like”, comment on, and share this fake '50 Cent' Facebook web 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.

If you have already "liked", commented on, or shared this page, please "unlike" it, delete your comment, or remove the shared post. This will help prevent this scam from spreading to other Facebook users.

Also, you may help Facebook remove this fake 50 Cent Facebook page by reporting it to them.

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  • January 4, 2016 at 2:52 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "I got money to burn that's why I'm giving back, It's official, I'm giving away 1.5 million dollars to 15 lucky fans ( $100,000 Each ) Feeling lucky? All you have to do is follow these three easy steps.

    Step 1) Like my page 50 Cent CEO

    Step 2) Like this photo

    Step 3) Share this photo

    Good Luck, Winners will be picked random. On 5th of January"

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