Facebook LIKEJACK ALERT – Megan Fox Leaks Dirty Tape.


<< SCAM ALERT – Megan Fox Leaks Dirty Tape. >>
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Scam Message:
Megan Fox Leaks Dirty Tape! She said she’d never make one, but we’ve got footage of this star getting wild![Link] 

Scam Type:
Fake Video, LikeJacking or Recommendation-Jack, Survey Scam

What Makes It A Scam:

Victims are tricked into clicking a link which they think will take them to some shocking video or celebrity Sex-tape. When the victim reaches the external website and tries to play the video by clicking the play button, their click is hijacked and produces a “like” or “Recommendation” in their name, for all of their friends to see on Facebook, in their news feed or ticker. While the aforementioned has taken place, the victim is quickly re-directed to another fake video site that tells them they need to do a survey or offer to see the video. Normally there is no video on the site, but if there is, it is usually a video which can be found on YouTube without doing bogus surveys.

What Happens If I Believe The Scam:

If you click the link in scam message shown in this report you will be taken to the Fake Video site show in the examples below. Once you try to play the video by clicking the play button, your click is invisibly hijacked. Your friends on Facebook are shown that you have “liked” or “Recommend” the Megan Fox video while you are quickly re-directed to another fake video site that tells you to do a survey or offer to see the video. There is no video on the website. The fake surveys or offers net Scam Artists 1 to 3 dollars per survey completed and you’ve just unknowingly helped the scam artist spread his ruse to your friends. Please see the examples below and the extended information below that.

Example Scam Message

Example Fake Video

  Example What Really Happens When You Click

Example Survey Scam



Example Bogus Survey

What Click-Jacking Means.
Click-Jacking or Like-Jacking are terms used to describe an attack that tricks Facebook users into clicking a hidden “Like Button” or “Comment Box” on External web pages. Most Facebook users are unaware that a like/click-jacking has taken place due to the fact the “Like Button” or “Comment Box” is usually hidden behind a fake video play button or some other object on the web page. Users will instinctively click these fake objects, thinking they are harmless. Many Facebook users end up leaving the Scam sitting on their wall for days because they never knew it happened. Their friends come along and fall right in to the same trap once they click. AVOID IT. Read and share this with your friends.

I Fell For It – How Do I Clean Up The Mess:

If you have fallen victim to a Like-Jacking or Click-Jacking scam, you need to clean up your facebook profile immediately. You can do this by simply removing the spam “Like” or “Comment” 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. .

How do I remove a Wall post or story?
https://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=203594616344678#How-do-I-remove-a-Wall-post-or-story?

How do I hide a story on my timeline?
https://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=261211860580476#How-do-I-hide-a-story-on-my-timeline?

The link below shows you how to Report Abuse On Facebook. It covers reporting a post as spam.

How to Report Abuse
https://www.facebook.com/help/reportlinks

Did You Fill Out The Survey Scam.
It is important that you never hand over any personal information, such as: email addresses, cell number, name, home address or credit card numbers, to these types of scams. If you do, you are simply setting yourself up to be spammed or worse. Identity theft is big business and handing over some of the info these bogus surveys ask for, will make you a victim of that business. If you have made the mistake of handing over a credit card number, you should call your bank or credit provider as soon as possible to have them remove or dispute the charges that have or maybe made to the card. If you’ve given your cell number to any of these types of Scams, it is important that you call your cell carrier ASAP to have any charges you may receive stopped. If you begin to receive unsolicited phone calls, you should take note of the calls, record names and numbers, then report the calls to the FCC or other proper authorities..

Have You Been Like-Jacked Lately? What It Means and How To Avoid it.

 
~Mr. Black Knight

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