Last month, there was a big scam on Facebook where scammers were spreading a fake Costco gift certificate with the text “Get Costco Gift Card for FREE! (limited time only)”. It looks like the scam has started to spread again using “$500 Costco Gift Card”, “$100 Applebee’s Gift Card Giveaway”, “$100 Subway Gift Card”, “$50 Grocery Gift Card”, “$100 MC Donald’s Gift Card” and “$100 KFC Gift Card” among others.

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A new scam is spreading in Facebook with a vulgar picture and various different signatures. The wall messages for each of the scam messages are unique and different which will make it harder to track, but the base message of the scam is “OMG HOLLY SHIT VIDEO MUST SEE” followed by names of popular personalities.

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After an earlier scam video Chuck Norris being dead at 71, Facebook scammers are now busy spreading a new scam with the signature Top 10 – Most Popular Videos and Top 10 – Best Videos 2010.

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Chuck Norris is a legend, but it looks like Facebook scammers are hell bent on killing him using a new Facebook Scam. The new Facebook Spam is spreading rapidly with several message.

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While the appeal to disable the Facebook Timeline continues, a new hoax message has been reportedly spreading on the network, which claims to help users disable the Facebook Ticker and limit hackers from hacking your account. The message has gone viral and is showing up on Newsfeeds everywhere on the network.

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A new scam on Facebook has been reportedly spreading on the social networking giant, Facebook. The scam titled – “Free Christmas Theme for Facebook” has a messages that reads – “Get Christmas Theme for FB on [link] <<—Free Christmas Theme for all FB users.”

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A new scam on Facebook is underway, which claims to show a video of Justin Bieber being stabbed by a fan. The scam has the title – “Justin Bieber STABBED By CRAZED Fan Outside L.A. Nightclub!” followed by a link and a description that reads – “OMG! NOOOO! Could YOU Even Imagine?!?”

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A new Nigerian 419 scam pretends to be from Britain’s Euromillion Jackpot winners who plan on giving away 20 million pounds from their fortune to close family members and friends.

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A new scam is underway on Facebook with the title – “Take the Free $1,000 Walmart Gift Card Survey! [link]“, tricking users to click on the link and take an online survey in order to receive a free gift card. The scam also asks users to share the message with their friends in order to qualify for the prize, and that’s how the scam is being spread on the social network.

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A new scam is reportedly spreading on Facebook, which claims that you can play Mario Kart on Facebook for free. This is click-jacking and like-jacking scam, which also offers you to complete some online surveys.

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Yet another scam is spreading on Facebook and this time it promises users to show a video of a woman brutally killing a pregnant lady. The scam titled – “Woman Kills Pregnant Woman & Cuts The Baby From Her Dead Body Because Her Boyfriend” has been spreading for hours on Facebook. There’s no video shown in the website link provided in the message.

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Beware a new scam making its way around Facebook masquerading as a service that helps people find FREE government grants.

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A Facebook scam that we reported yesterday indicated – “Free $25 Tim Hortons Gift Card” which tricked users in giving away a free $25 gift card by asking them to share and provide their personal details. A similar scam that I noticed on my Facebook Wall today was – “FREE Starbucks $50 Gift Card”.

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Shocking Video From Steve Jobs’ Last Business Meeting – Fake Video

A fake video has been spreading like wildfire on Facebook and other social networking sites, and is generating millions of views.The video states that it was the last meeting that Steve attended, and shows us that during the meeting he fainted and slipped from his chair.

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Fake anti-virus scams have been doing rounds for quite some time now. Hackers had previously used mediums such as emails, websites etc. to carry out these scams. Now they have found another medium – Skype.

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