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To enter the win running gear giveaway : Like, share, comment Done, register for this giveaway here: The post is a Facebook like-farming scam which is attempting to lure Facebook users into following a like-farming page as well as leading them to spammy marketing webpages designed to harvest.
It is also possible that those who do engage with these Facebook posts may be targeted on Facebook by other serious scams.Rating, origin, in September 2016, Facebook pages (including, mobile Trend and.M has long been engaged in the battle against misinformation, an effort we could not sustain without the support of our readers.Claim, you can win a free tiny house by liking and sharing a Facebook page and post.A large audience could also be exploited by scammers mining varying levels of personal data from those who have liked pages of dubious origin.Inside the home is a cozy living room, a full kitchen, a master bedroom with room for a queen, and a bathroom.Images Tiny House Giveaway and Lamon Luther.The contests bore all the hallmarks of standard like farming gambits, intended to quickly build and sell popular Facebook pages to the highest bidder.Sponsored AD, this information is then used to bombard that visitor with various unsolicited communication (by email, text and phone) and those details are often shared with other marketing companies.These Facebook posts (above) are just a ploy to lead victims to spammy marketing websites.For example, those who like and share the post may be messaged by the admins of the page and told they have won in a scam designed to trick the user into paying for shipping or handling fees for their prize.Legitimate product giveaways, particularly of high-value merchandise, are exceptionally rare and are almost always conducted through the official channels of major brands and related large companies.The house spans 368 sq ft and features a contemporary exterior made from reclaimed wood.Remember, dont share and like Facebook posts that claim that is all you need to do to win an expensive prize.
Lady Trend ) purportedly kicked off tiny house giveaway contests: As with all like-farming Facebook scams, the purported tiny house contests adhered to a simple format: users were instructed to like a separate page, like the original post, and share the post on their own.
Tickets for the home are sold and raffled, and the winner was picked last month.
You can also view last years tiny house here.
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