The Cadbury World or Cadbury Word scam below, which promises free chocolate, is a scam circulating on social media platforms, WhatsApp and Facebook. The Cadbury scam lures potential victims to it by claiming Cadbury is celebrating their 147th anniversary and will be giving social media users who comment or share the scam, free chocolate. But, sharing or commenting on the scam will only help to spread it to other social media users. And, the potential victims will never receive the free chocolate they were promised.
The Cadbury World Scam
Hello everyone, my name is Nicola Hamilton and I am one of the managers in the world of cadbury. there is good news for all of you to celebrate 147 years of cadbury.,everyone who shares and comments Love Cadbury. in the next 48 hours will have one of these cadbury hampers delivered to their door.limit 1 per person.enjoy your free chocolate and Thank you all
The is a Like-Farming scam and sharing, commenting or liking it will only help to spread it to other Facebook users. Therefore, if you have already liked, shared, or commented on the Cadbury World scam, please unlike, unshare or remove your comment.
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