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JB Hi-Fi "Win 10 Minutes in Our Store to Go Crazy" Facebook Scam

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JB Hi-Fi "Win 10 Minutes in Our Store to Go Crazy" Facebook Scam

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Facebook users, be aware of a fake JB Hi-Fi Facebook post that claims you can take everything you want in 10 minutes at any of JB Hi-Fi store. The fake JB Hi-Fi Facebook page is a like-farming scam that gathers together potential victims by asking them to "like" and comment on the fake post. Facebook users will also be asked to share the same post in order to spread it to other Facebook users. JB Hi-Fi has published the warning about the scam below and have provided a link that their customers can visit in order to verify a promotion.

The Fake JB Hi-Fi Facebook Post

WIN 10 MINUTES IN OUR STORE TO GO CRAZY!

Now you have the chance to go crazy in one of our stores and take everything you want for 10 minutes!

To join you have to:

1. Like the picture

2.comment “crazy”

2. Share the picture

4. Join here – link removed

We will announce the winners the 18th of June!

Good luck

JB Hi-Fi has published the following warning about the scam, in order to protect its customers:

Hi Facebookers!

Thank you all for the great concern! Yes, we are well aware if the current fake page doing the rounds. Yes it is fake, and has zero affiliation with the JB Hi-Fi name, so we advise not liking, sharing, commenting etc...etc...

As always we advise people to look for the Facebook 'Verified Page - Blue Tick' and visit our website which lists all our competitions (big and small).

All the competitions listed on our competition page and on this profile are 100% genuine. Like this one to win an Xbox One.

Stay safe & be smart!

The JB Team

Also, JB Hi-Fi customers can also verify promotions on their Facebook page.

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JB Hi-Fi "Win 10 Minutes in Our Store to Go Crazy" Facebook Scam