The Outback Steakhouse Giveaway scam below on Facebook is being used by scammers to trick potential victims into visiting phishing and spam websites that steal personal or financial information, or buy unwanted products or services. The scam claims that David J. Deno, the CEO of Outback Steakhouse, is doing something extra special to celebrate their 33rd anniversary for Facebook users who like, share, comment on the scam, and click the link in it. But, by doing so, potential victims may get their personal and financial information stolen.
The Outback Steakhouse Giveaway Facebook Scam
Outback Steakhouse USA
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We have some great news everyone! I'm David J. Deno, the CEO of Outback Steakhouse and to celebrate 33 years this week we thought we'd do something extra special as we know times have been tough. We're going to be sending everyone who shares
Step 1 = Like and share✅
Step 2 = Comment "DONE"✅
Step 3 = Register here👉 hxxps:// tinyurl.com/outback-steakhouse-giveaway 🌐
The "Outback Steakhouse USA" Facebook page is a fake and the link in it goes to the following fake and phishing website:
The legitimate Outback Steakhouse Facebook page is located at:
It is recommended that all Facebook users go to the legitimate page to verify a promotion or an event before taking part.