Yet another attempt by scammers to spread a scam message by asking users to “like” and “share” the message on Facebook. The new scam titled – “Online FB Girls with Web Cameras” that links to a Blogger page, trick users to have free sex chat by asking them to “share” the message across the social network.
On clicking the link, you will be taken to the Blogger page, and you will be asked to complete a few steps before you can start a chat. In the first step, you will find pictures of half-naked girls, and you need to “like” the girl whom you wish to chat with.
In the second step, you will be asked to “share” the message on your Facebook wall by clicking the “share” button. And in the final step, you will have to post the following message on walls of five different friends, groups or pages.
Hey dear!! I JUST GOT ONLINE FB GIRLS website by which we can do sex chat with many FB girls Hurry up! girls are waiting for you. click here –> [LINK]
According to the site, after you have completed all the above steps, the “Enter Chat” button will be activated. However, the button will never be activated even after completing all of the steps. All you’re doing is helping the scammer spread the scam message and nothing else.
What you should do?
If you come across this post, you know what to do. Delete it! Alert your friends by asking them not to share or likethe message. Alternatively you can report the scam to the Facebook Security team.
How to avoid Facebook scams?
I recommend you to go through the official document released by Facebook, which will definitely help you tackle scam messages. The document is available for free and you can download a copy of it from the Facebook Security Page.
We have also compiled a list of Most Actively Spreading Scams on Facebook that you might want to have a look at. In addition to that, don’t forget to check out our article about Avoiding Facebook Likejacking and Clickjacking scams. Don’t forget to share this post with your friends and alert them about the scam.
We constantly report scams and hoax messages that are spreading on Facebook. You can always stay updated by bookmarking this link – techie-buzz.com/scams