1. Sextortion Scammers Using Phone Numbers as Well as Passwords

    Sextortion scammers have lately been including user passwords in their scam emails as a way of making their false claim seem more plausible. And, in another variation, the scammers include part of the recipient's phone number instead of the password.

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  2. Advance Fee Scammers Targeting People Via Facebook Messenger

    Scammers continue to trick unwary Facebook users into handing over their money and personal information by falsely claiming that they have won a large cash prize.

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  3. ‘Tsunami Deep Sea Creatures’ Images Still Circulating

    This story was first published on January 12, 2005 Perhaps because the creatures depicted are so interesting and unusual, this set of images…

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  4. Cadbury ‘Free Basket of Chocolate’ Facebook Scam

    According to various posts that are circulating on Facebook, chocolate maker Cadbury is rewarding EVERYONE with a free basket of chocolate to celebrate 194 years of quality service.

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  5. ‘4 Free Six Flags Tickets’ Scam Hitting Facebook

    According to this Facebook post, you can get 4 free tickets to the Six Flags amusement park just by sharing and commenting. 

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