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Beware of Adele Facebook Like-Farming Scams Offering A Brand New Samsung Galaxy S7 or IPhone Smartphone

2016-03-28T20:37:07 -  +
Beware of Adele Facebook Like-Farming Scams Offering A Brand New Samsung Galaxy S7 or IPhone Smartphone

Facebook users are asked to be aware of fake Adele Facebook pages, which claim that Facebook users can receive a brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 or IPhone smartphone from the English singer and songwriter, if they like, share or comment on the fake Facebook pages. The fake Adele Facebook pages are another Facebook like-farming scams created by scammers to collect their potential victims' publicly available information, which the scammers will use in survey and other scams. Therefore, Facebook users who have received posts to the fake Facebook pages, should report them to Facebook and never follow the instructions in the them.

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One of the Adele Facebook Like-Farming Scams

Samsung Galaxy S7

Adelle

Hello friends! Today I started a new page, and as a gift I will offer a brand new Samsung S7 phone to one of my fans! All you need to do is to LIKE my new page, share the photo and comment : “I want a phone!” I will announce the winner on 31st of march! Good luck.

40, 000 LIKES! The roses for you and you can win the Iphone! Like the page, share the photo and comment: “I want an Iphone” I love you all!

Remember, by liking, commenting on, and sharing the scam, you are only helping to spread it to other Facebook users. For Facebook users who have already commented on, liked, or shared the scams, please click here for instructions on how to remove things you have already posted on Facebook.

And, Facebook users are advised to always go to the real or legitimate Adele Facebook page located at the link below, to verify the authenticty of an Adele promotion or giveaway:

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