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"Total Wipeout Tour" Events on Facebook are Like-Farming Scams

2016-03-07T17:29:59 -  +
"Total Wipeout Tour" Events on Facebook are Like-Farming Scams

Facebook users are being warned NOT to join, share or invite their friends to the "Total Wipeout Tour" events that promise those who sign up, the chance to take part in a "series of challenges" like those on the hit BBC TV game show, Total Wipeout, across 40 towns and cities in the United Kingdom. This is because the events, which state: "Have you ever wanted to take part in a serious of challenges like you may have seen on Total Wipeout," are like-farming or data-mining scams that have been created by scammers, and have nothing do with the BBC TV show. Facebook users who sign-up for the event scams, will run the risk of, scammers collecting and using their publicly available Facebook information in other scams, or being placed on spamming lists. The "Total Wipeout Tour" is scam is similar to the "SLIDE 'N' FLY" event scam that was posted on Facebook in August 2015.

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Facebook users should always use the legitimate Total Wipeout Facebook page located at: www.facebook.com/TotalWipeout/, to verify authenticity of a Total Wipeout event or promotion.

A Sample of the “Total Wipeout Tour” Facebook Page

The biggest Total Wipeout Tour is coming to

Join the event for info and full listings!

Have you ever wanted to take part in a serious of challenges like you may have seen on Total Wipeout, but never wanted to do it on TV, or think that you would not be able to even complete the first challenge? Well now is your change to attempt it, without the pressure, and to just have fun.

Have fun with your friends and meet new people!

This will be an event you will not want to miss!

Venue & Date: To Be Announced

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