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Free 24-Pack Bud Light Facebook Anniversary Scam

The "Free 24-Pack Bud Light" scam below, which claims it is Budlight's anniversary and they are giving free 24-pack of beers, is circulating on Facebook like wildfire. Facebook users who have received the scam are asked not to share it. They should delete it instead because they will NOT get the free 24-pack of bud light beer they are promised. And, if the fake post is shared, it will only send more potential victims to the scammers' fake website.

Free 24-Pack Bud Light Facebook Anniversary Scam
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The Free 24-Pack Bud Light Facebook Scam

Free 24-Pack Bud Light Facebook Post Scam

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Bud Light has announced that everyone who shares this link will be sent a 24-Pack of Beer for it's anniversary. TODAY ONLY

The link in the post goes to the following page, which asks visitors to share in order to receive their so-called 24-pack of beers.

The Fake Bud Light Website

Free 24-Pack Bud Light Facebook Anniversary Scam

BUD LIGHT

Monday, 12. November 2019

It's our anniversary! Answer a few questions to get your FREE 24-beer Pack from Bud Light! Remaining Time: 313

Congratulations! You have been qualified to get your FREE 24-Pack beer.

To receive your beer pack, follow the steps below:

1. Share this page by clicking on the "Share" button and write "Thank you!" in the comments field! 2. Click on "Receive Beer" and enter your data.

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But, sharing the post you will only help send more potential victims to the scammers and help drive traffic web traffic to their fake website. Once the fake website gets popular, the scammers may send potential victims to phishing or fake survey websites that steal account credentials, personal and financial information.

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  • November 13, 2019 at 2:36 PM by an anonymous user from: Venice, Florida, United States

    The bottle cap is wrong for that bottle, that's no the case packaging they use for that bottle, and Budweiser would NEVER use LITE in their ad, that's a Miller branding.

  • November 12, 2019 at 8:52 AM by Snooze from: Littleton, Colorado, United States

    I received this and deleted it.

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Free 24-Pack Bud Light Facebook Anniversary Scam