do you notice that they were rrecording u lol this is unpleasant lol !! (one example)
Be extremely suspicious of any messages asking you to visit links containing photos or videos of you.
Trending: August 2012
Why it’s a Scam:
Clicking on the link in the scam post will at first direct the user to a Facebook application and then ultimately to a phishing URL:
Scams like this are very common on the Facebook platform. Humans are curious by nature, and the scammers often use this and other emotions to their advantage. Also consider that these messages or updates may come from a friend’s hacked account. Just because they comes from a friend don’t assume that the content is legitimate.
Phishing scams often use multiple domains and tactics, but the end game is always an attempt to obtain your Facebook user name and password.
Never enter you login information when a web page redirects you without first double checking to make sure you are on the legitimate site. A better option is to bookmark Facebook, and only login from there.
If you entered your Facebook login credentials on the page shown above, then you need to try to reclaim your account. Check out the following article for additional steps you should take:
Be sure to let your Facebook friends know that your account has been compromised and not to click on any links that are sent from you.
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