ScamSniper Shared : Hatch This Union Jack Mystery Egg

Note: This Scam Locks Your Web Browser when you visit the drop page.

FarmVille Players: If you see a message like the one depicted in the example below, in your NEWS FEED, do not click any of the links in it. The message was not posted by the real Zynga FarmVille application. It is a SCAM and you should avoid it.
Example ( Fake Union Jack Mystery Egg ) Scam Message

Clicking any of the links in the above fake FarmVille message will transfer you to the page below. The offer is not legit and will only cause you to spam the same message to your wall and your friends news feeds. After spamming your friends you will be transferred to a page which claims you will receive your Union Jack Mystery Egg if you simply “Like” 3 different facebook pages. This is a false claim. You WILL NOT receive anything. I would advise you to avoid all of the pages involved in this scam. See examples..
Example ( Fake Fake Union Jack Mystery Egg Drop Page)-Click To Enlarge

Example ( Asking you to like 3 pages )-Click To Enlarge

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Damage Control ( For those who have fallen victim. )

If you have fallen victim to any of these Fake FarmVille Animal Scams, you need to clean up your facebook profile immediately. You can do this by simply removing the posts made to your wall. This will ensure that you do not continue to assist the scam artist in spreading his ruse to your friends and even further throughout the facebook network. 

To Remove The Fake FarmVille Messages From Your Wall:

  1. Navigating to your profile wall, then locate the message you want to remove. 
  2. Once you’ve located the message click on the little “X” at the top right corner of the message. 
  3. At that point Facebook will offer you a menu. Select “Mark As Spam” from the menu and the message will be removed. If the message is not remove or reappears on your wall simple follow sets 1 & 2 again, but this time chose “Remove Post” to have the message permanently removed. 
Stay Virus Free

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