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A Giant Snake Swallows Up a Zookeeper Video Survey Scam

The Facebook post: “A Giant Snake Swallows Up A Zookeeper,” is another scam designed to trick Facebook users into completing surveys. The post promises Facebook users a video of a snake swallowing a Zookeeper, which doesn’t exist. This scam has been around for a few years, went dormant, but is now actively spreading across Facebook like wildfire.
A Giant Snake Swallows Up a Zookeeper Video Survey Scam
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A Giant Snake Swallows Up a Zookeeper Video Survey Scam

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A Giant Snake Swallows Up a Zookeeper Video Survey Scam

The Facebook post: “A Giant Snake Swallows Up A Zookeeper,” is another scam designed to trick Facebook users into completing surveys. The post promises Facebook users a video of a snake swallowing a Zookeeper, which doesn’t exist. This scam has been around for a few years, went dormant, but is now actively spreading across Facebook like wildfire.

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The ‘A Giant Snake Swallows Up A Zookeeper’ Facebook Post

The ‘A Giant Snake Swallows Up A Zookeeper’ Facebook Post
[SHOCKING VIDEO] A Giant Snake Swallows Up A Zookeeper!!!
tone.urafaget.com
Heart breaking video footage behind the scene !!

Now, clicking on this Facebook post (DO NOT) will only take you to the malicious website tone.urafaget.com, which will redirect or send you to this fake Facebook website: http://cyaclub.com/zookeeper.php#

The website cyaclub.com

This website was designed to look like Facebook, to trick Facebook users into believing they are on Facebook.com.

Clicking the image, which appears as a video, on this fake website will ask you to do a 30 second test to prove that you are 18+. But, beware, this is not a test, but instead a series of surveys that these scammers want you to complete, which they will be paid for.

You, and the another hand, will be disappointed because there is no video.

This scam is similar to the following:

If you are asked to share, "like”, complete surveys in order to view a video, picture or other content, is the first sign that you are being tricked or scammed. You do not need to do any of these things in order to view any content on Facebook and the rest of the internet.

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