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"Claim your Free Large Dominos Pizza" on Fake Website - "free-dominos.co.uk"

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"Claim your Free Large Dominos Pizza" on Fake Website - "free-dominos.co.uk"

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The scam below: "Claim your Free Large Dominos Pizza" on the fake Domino's Pizza website: "free-dominos.co.uk," is spreading on Facebook and other social networking websites like wildfire and thousands of Facebook users are being tricked into visiting the fake website. The fake website claims that the potential victims need to share the same scam with their Facebook friends or complete surveys in order to receive their free large Domino's pizzas. But, it doesn't matter how much surveys the victims complete or how many times they share it, they will never receive what they were promised. Remember, never visit the fake Domino's website: "www.free-dominos.co.uk."

Facebook users who have received the fake post below on their Facebook Wall or Timeline, are ask to report it to Facebook as spam. And, are ask to always check with the legitimate Domino's Pizza Facebook page located at https://www.facebook.com/Dominos to verify the authenticity of a promotion.

The Free Large Domino's Pizza Scam

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"Claim your Free Large Dominos Pizza" on Fake Website - "free-dominos.co.uk"