A new scam message has been doing the rounds on the social media network Facebook, enticing users to click on the link in order to view leaked images of Canadian actress Sunny Leone.

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There is a new hoax message that is spreading across Facebook, and it isn’t any different from the other hoax and spam messages. The new hoax message claims that Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has apparently “agreed” to donate 50 cents for every “like” a photo gets, eventually helping to raise funds for abused wife “Isabella.” However, none of it is true.

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CNBC.com Twitter DM Spam

Twitter users are being bombarded with tons of direct messages which contain links to spoof CNBC website which shows you how to make tons of money while sitting at home.

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A new scam message is reportedly been spreading on Facebook, where users are enticed to click on a link which promises to show them a video of a snake eating a man. Although the message has been flagged as a scam, many users on Facebook are still clicking on the scam link, which then automatically “likes” and “shares” it on their Facebook Timeline.

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Another profile views related scam is underway on Facebook where users are spreading messages saying that their significant-ex have been viewing their profile and it is horrible.

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Twitter has been a target of lot of spam messages of late, but the most recent one’s are pretty dangerous phishing attacks and can allow a spammer access to your Twitter username and password. Most recently Twitter phishing attacks have spread through DM messages like “You Seen What This Person is Saying About You Terrible Things” and “Somebody is Saying Real Bad Rumors About You”.

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In the past, we reported the Southwest Airline Ticket message spreading on Facebook, where users were promised with two free tickets from the airlines, however, that turned out to be a fake message created by scammers. Today we noticed a similar scam that has been spreading across the social networking giant Facebook.

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There is a new scam message that is spreading like wildfire on Facebook. The new scam is a Facebook app that asks users to install it in order to check as to which celebrity the user resembles to. This is a rouge application and a survey scam, which could gather your personal information and misuse it.

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Remember the free Facebook shoes scam and the more recent Free Tom’s Shoes scam? Well, it looks like the same Facebook scam is now spreading more rapidly using several differing messages.

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After a brief lull a new Facebook video scam has made its way the social networking website. The new Miley Cyrus scam is spreading similar to older scams where users are made to believe that celebrities are doing nasty things which are caught on video.

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Last month Twitter users were attacked using a DM scam where users received direct messages from people they know saying “You Seen What This Person is Saying About You Terrible Things”. The Twitter Scam affected several users who went on to click on the accompanying link and then entered their Twitter username and password on the phishing website.

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It’s a crazy economy with jobs hard to come by. However, no job is better than that of a scammer because they are the one’s who easily make money by fooling people. A new Facebook scam is spreading which takes advantage of the current economy by posting a link with various messages on how a “Mom earns $6,795 a month from home”.

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A new hoax message has emerged out on the social networking site Facebook, with users creating awareness of the message asking their friends not to accept friend requests sent by “Kelly Hargrove”, “Jason Lee”, or “Linda Smith”, since it is a virus. The message that users are sharing on the network is false and is completely not in accordance with fact or reality.

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A new video scam called “OMG Check Out This Jumping Crab”, similar to the check out my home video scam is spreading on Facebook. The scam is dangerous because it downloads a virus/malware to your computer.

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Lately, there has been a hoax message spreading across the social networking site Facebook, indicating that the site is planning to add a new security feature where users will have to enter their Social Security Number (SSN) in order to successfully log in to the site.

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