Beware of "Little Caesars Is Giving Away 1 Large Pizza" Facebook Coupon Phishing Scam
June 30, 2016
We are seeing a fraudulent Little Caesars coupon for "1 Free Pizza" making its way through Facebook, requiring users to share with their Facebook friends. Please be advised that this coupon was NOT generated nor distributed by Little Caesars and we advise you not to click, share or redistribute it on your Facebook page and/or your contact list in the event you see it. Little Caesars is working with Facebook to determine its origin and for its immediate removal from the system. The fraudulent Little Caesars coupon is being used by scammers to harvest their potential victims' information.
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If you have received the fraudulent Little Caesars coupon on your Facebook Wall or Timeline, please report it to Facebook or delete it. And, do not visit the fraudulent websites: "littlecaesars-com- i115g120w548.nikuk.com" or "http://final.vovchers.com/" which are a few of the many fraudulent websites created by scammers that the fraudulent coupon will take potential victims to. The scammers behind the Little Caesars Pizza give-away scams will change the name of the websites or use a different company or organization, so look out for the same scam on different websites with names of other companies.
The "1 Large Pizza to EVERYONE" Facebook Coupon Giveaway Scam
You have been selected to take part in our short survey and get your Little Caesars Pizza! We only have
Little Caesars is giving away 1 Large Pizza to EVERYONE to celebrate its birthday!
Get them now before they are gone! One Voucher Per Person
Do You Like Our Ultimate Supreme Pizza?
269 Large Pizzas Remaining so hurry
Your Favorite HOT-N-READY Pizza? ?
Remember, liking, commenting on and sharing the fraudulent Little Caesars, will only help to spread it to other Facebook users and making the scammers responsible for it, earn money. Scammers earn money when they make a website or Facebook 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 or shared the scam. The scammers will also send Facebook users who have shared, commented on, or "liked" the scams fake messages to trick them into stealing their money or personal/financial information (phishing scam), and links to malicious websites that willl infect their computers with viruses, spyware or other malware.
I guess, the last thing we want to do is to make these scammers rich by tricking you and others into liking and sharing a Facebook post or website. So, if you have already liked or shared this scam, please unlike and unshare it. Click here for instructions on how to undo or remove things that you have already posted, commented on, or "liked" on Facebook that you are no longer able to view.
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