Back in June, we had written about a new Facebook scam which was promising to give users Facebook credits for free. The scam said that you could get 2000 credits for free from Facebook. We have been monitoring the situation for a while now and it looks like the scam is spreading more rapidly in different versions.

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It’s a lovely Sunday out here in the real world, but the online world is full of scams. Earlier today, the self proclaimed hackers LulzSec decided to hang their boots. However, Facebook scammers are still far off from doing that.

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Facebook developers from India will be able to charge users for in-app purchases using Facebook Credits from July 1, 2011. Supported payment methods include Mobile payments (Boku), MOLePoints, Moneybookers, Western Union QuickPay.

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