Facebook Scam – “Copyright Violations”

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New Facebook Scam -“Copyright Violation” message, supposedly from the Facebook Support Team. It deamands the Facebook users to click on a link to verify the page and also warns that failure to verify the link within 48 hours may result in suspension of their Facebook account.

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Clicking the link takes the users to a Facebook app page with a bogus form seeking the Facebook login information, email and phone number. Once the information is given, the user receives a message that the verification process was completed successful.

However, the message is the work of scammers who have hijacked a Facebook account and used it to launch the scam. The message is certainly not from Facebook support and the copyright violations claim is just a ruse to trick you into clicking the link.

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  • February 23, 2015 at 4:04 pm
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    very nice bro……….
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