Think a Facebook app can tell you which of your friends has blocked you? Think again. Scammers exploit social networkers once again with revenue-generating surveys.
Happy Meal horror for 6 year old? It’s another Facebook scam spreading virally. Clickjacking technique helps spammers spread “Likes” to their webpages amongst innocent Facebook users.
Steven Richter and Jason Swan of Las Vegas, and an affiliate marketing company, MaxBounty, are accused of participating in the schemes that promised Facebook users non-existent “Dislike” buttons or “Facebook Gold” accounts, but directed them to revenue-generating surveys instead.
We’ve been monitoring a new spin on a Facebook scam, that claims a girl killed herself on Christmas Eve after her dad posted a message on her wall. Before we’ve documented both the related hoax warnings spread on Facebook, as well as scam pages that popped up trying to trick users into “liking” them, and the truth about the real woman’s death that has been exploited by heartless cybercriminals.