Fake iPhone 7 Free Giveaway Posts Asking Facebook Users to Share or Comment On

Fake iPhone 7 Free Giveaway Posts Asking Facebook Users to Share or Comment On

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Facebook users are advised to delete or remove posts offering them a chance to receive a free new iPhone 7 smartphone if they share or comment on the same posts. The fake posts are being used to collect personal information and trick Facebook users into visiting websites that offer them a so-called chance to win an iPhone 7 in return for their mobile phone numbers. But, Facebook users will never receive the iPhone 7 they were promised, and by providing their mobile numbers and personal information, they are actually subscribing to expensive SMS or text message services that will charge several dollars to their accounts every time they receive SMS messages from the service providers they tricked into signing up with.

And, the people responsible for the fake posts will receive a commission from every SMS message sent to the people who they have tricked into signing up with the service providers. Facebook users may not notice the legal clause in fine print on the same websites, which states by participating, they are giving consent to the charges.

A Sample of the Free iPhone 7 Facebook Giveaway Scam

iPhone 7

Apple iPhone 7 Fans
Do you want to get the new iPhone 7 for FREE? Follow these simple steps:
1.SHARE this post!
2. Comment “Thank you”
3. Go to >>

Also, by participating Facebook users are giving consent to their personal information to be shared with online marketing companies, which most are primarily spammers, who will start sending tons of unwanted email messages, text messages, emails, or make continuous calls to Facebook users who were tricked into subscribing to the services, which they thought was free, and they would stand a chance of receiving a free new iPhone 7 smartphone.

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Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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Fake iPhone 7 Free Giveaway Posts Asking Facebook Users to Share or Comment On