"Facebook New Notification Since You Last Logged In" Email Scams
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Facebook users who have received fake email messages like the ones below, which claim that a lot has happened on Facebook since they have last logged in, should not click on the links in them. This is because the links in the fake emails go to spam, phishing and malicious websites that trick visitors into buying fake products, steal their credentials, personal information, financial information, or infect their computers or devices with malware.
Facebook who have received notifications which appear as if they came from Facebook, should go directly their Facebook accounts at www.facebook.com or use Facebook's app on their mobile device to view the notifications, if there are any.
A Sample of the "Facebook New Notification Since You Last Logged In" Email Scam
You have unread message from Gery that will be deleted in 2 hours
Facebook Notify <email@example.com>
Facebook You have new notifications.
A lot has happened on Facebook since you last logged in. Here are some notifications you've missed from your friends.
1 personal message
Go to Facebook
The links in the fake email messages go to a fake website called at hxxp://weight5loss-burn.world that falsely claims Gwen Stefani shares Blake Shelton's secret to rapid weight loss. This is a trick used by the spammers or scammers to convince visitors into buying their bogus product, steal their personal or financial information illegally using celebrities' names without their consents.
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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