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Twitter spam promises Warfare, delivers dating


“Modern Warfare giveaways” on Twitter? Yeah, that’s not going to end well.
Especially as the game isn’t even out yet.

Free games? T-shirts? Guns? Nope, a dating website.

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Maybe some of their dates end up resembling an armed conflict in the Balkans or something, but this is definitely not the free Call of Duty giveaway you’re looking for.

The above is fairly harmless (if annoying, assuming you actually expected to see something of value from a random Twitter spam message of course) but it probably won’t be long before all manner of rogue links are being pinged around. Treat any messages sent to you promising Call of Duty freebies with extreme caution.

Christopher Boyd

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