FB Scam: INCREDIBLE This girl is rapped in the school buss

When it comes to Facebook scams we have reported on quite a few of them in recent weeks. Some of the recent scams that we have reported on include one titled “this girl will never forget to turn her webcam of again” and another titled “Leaked Video of Casey Anthony CONFESSING to Lawyer!” These bad boys simply keep on coming and the latest one that’s trending is titled “INCREDIBLE This girl is rapped in the school buss.”

This has a dirty image that has been blurred out thankfully and it’s accompanied by poor spelling of the post title. This should get your alarm bells ringing and make you think that you perhaps shouldn’t click on it but thousands of people are already doing just that. The post carries a message that says “WARNING: Disturbing content!”and once you click on it you are directed to a different page which you can see below.

The page it directs you too is designed to look like an actual Facebook page with an embedded video. It throws up a message asking you to confirm that you are over the age of 13 before you can actually play the apparent video that you wanted to see. If you were unfortunate enough to have fallen for this scam and you have pressed the button then you will have just posted the scam onto your own Facebook wall, try explaining that to your friends! Not only that but it will proceed to load the final part of the scam where they are trying to get as many of your personal details as possible.

This is the part of the scam that they have been trying to get you too from the very start. Of course as informed by Facecrooks.com you should simply never enter your details into these scams. If on the other hand you already have then you need to keep a close eye on things especially things like your mobile phone bill for any bogus charges. Now you are now going to wonder how to get rid of this scam and will want to do it quickly!

The first thing you will need to do is locate the actual post on your Facebook wall, when you have found it you will need to click on the “X” in the upper right hand corner of the wall post and select from the drop down menu “Report Post / Spam.” You can also follow our guide for the next steps that you should take on ensuring you are rid of this scam.

Have you seen this Facebook scam going around? Let us know in the comments section below.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Terry-Fields/100001675557228 Terry Fields

    dats really nasty