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Currys Warehouse Facebook Scam: They are Not Giving Away 15 TVs

Currys Warehouse Facebook Scam  They are Not Giving Away 15 TVs

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The Currys Warehouse scam below is circulating on Facebook claiming users can win one of the 15 damaged/scratched Smart TVs in their warehouse if they share, like, or comment on it. Therefore, Facebook users who have received the Currys Warehouse scam are asked not to share, like, or comment on it, they should just delete it. And, those who have already done so are asked to remove their share, like or comment.

The Currys Warehouse Facebook Scam

Currys Warehouse added 2 new photos to the album: FREE SMART TV'S

We have 15 Smart TV's in our warehouse that got returned from our shops due to slight damage/scratches and can no longer be sold. However all of them still work perfectly fine, Instead of binning them we're going to give them to 15 people who have shared this post and liked our page by July 20th.

Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • July 12, 2020 at 5:56 AM by an anonymous user from: Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia

    What is the purpose of these posts if they are false, do they generate some funds, or give access to other peoples data from reposting?

    • July 12, 2020 at 1:48 PM by an anonymous user from: Bolton, England, United Kingdom

      Those who are told they have won are asked to register by clicking a link, a very dodgy link, which will then be used to phish for their details.

    • July 12, 2020 at 6:06 AM by info

      They round people up like animals and once there are enough, they start sending them links to phishing and malicious websites.

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Currys Warehouse Facebook Scam: They are Not Giving Away 15 TVs