Texas Roadhouse Scam 50th Anniversary Fans Facebook Giveaway

Texas Roadhouse Scam 50th Anniversary Fans Facebook Giveaway

If you see the Texas Roadhouse Fans Facebook scam below, please do not participate because it is a fake giveaway. Scammers created the Texas Roadhouse Fans Facebook page and post a message claiming Texas Roadhouse 50th Anniversary is being celebrated and they are giving two steak meals with drinks to everyone who types "Done". But, doing so, will cause participants to be a part of a Like-Farming scam.

The Texas Roadhouse Fans Facebook Scam Page

Texas Roadhouse Fans Facebook Scam Page

Like-Farming is creating a fake Facebook page or post to lure people into liking, sharing, or commenting on it. Once the page(Texas Roadhouse Fans Scam) or post creators, called Like-Farmers, have gathered up hundreds or thousands of likes, comments or shares, they will change the Texas Roadhouse scam on Facebook and promote something else, such as products that they will receive commissions for selling.

They may also sell the Texas Roadhouse scam page with the information that was collected from the "likes," comments, and shares, or send links to those Facebook users that go to malicious websites that will infect their computers with malware (virus, spyware, ransomware), or to phishing websites that will steal their online account credentials, personal and financial information. The like-farmers may also attempt to scam the Facebook users they have harvested, by claiming that the same Facebook users have won some form of promotion and they need to send money in order to receive their so-called prizes.

If you want to know if a Texas Roadhouse Giveaway is a scam or not, always go directly to their legitimate Facebook page located at:

Texas Roadhouse Legitimate Facebook page

The legitimate Facebook page has a blue tick or check mark next to the name.

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  • May 29, 2022 at 4:22 PM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    Yeah, I didn't see a arrow up button, and when I click the checkmark next to your name, it brings up the "SCAM" Notice only so if you'd like to keep my "free meal for 2" up at the check-in desk, I can pick it up then


    Nina S... 😘

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