1. ‘Tesco Anniversary’ £50 Coupon Facebook Giveaway Scam

    Supposedly, giant retail chain Tesco has announced that everyone who shares a Tesco giveaway post on Facebook will be sent a £50 coupon to celebrate the company's anniversary. 

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  2. Are Criminals Putting Magnets on Brake Discs to Hijack Cars?

    According to a warning message that is currently circulating via social media, criminals are using a new carjacking method which involves placing a magnet on one of the targeted car's brake discs.

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  3. Bogus Facebook Rumour — Harry Graham Pedophile Warning

    Long circulated social media message warns that a 48-year-old pedophile named Harry Graham is posing as a 14-year-old on Facebook in order to make contact with children.

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  4. ‘Google Ad Grants 2019’ Advance Fee Scam

    According to this email, you have been selected as a recipient of a major cash prize via Google Ad Grants for 2019.

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  5. Russian K-7 Heavy Bomber Images

    Circulating message claims that attached images depict a K-7, an exceptionally large aircraft built in Russia during the 1930s.

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