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A scam Facebook page named Groceries today said that Walmart was giving away a $500 store credit.
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If a phone call, text message, or email says that you have won the Mega Millions lottery jackpot and asks for a fee to claim the prize, it's a scam.
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Bruno Mars Facebook scam
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An unsolicited email scam from a suspicious email address not associated with Marquis Who's Who says "you have been selected" to be included in the annual publication, "Who's Who in America."
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An email from Whole Foods Market Research LLC was a secret shopper scam.
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A Facebook page named Chick-fil-A Fans falsely claimed in a scam that you can win a prize by liking, sharing, and commenting on a post, and by following a link that leads to surveys.
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Facebook or Instagram posts promising How To Buy SpaceX Stock Before It Goes Public are scams and are not legit.
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A Facebook scam promised a Ninja Foodi MAX 15-in-1 SmartLid Multi-Cooker.
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The Publix branch opening promotion promising $8,000 for taking a survey was a scam.
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Amazon was not giving away pallets of lost packages for $1 on Facebook.
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Walmart was not giving away Dyson V15 Detect cordless vacuum cleaners in a Facebook promotion.
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We looked at a survey scam on Facebook that involved Pepsi and a page named Pepsi FANES claimed to be giving away gift boxes of the Pepsi soft drink in honor of the company's 119th birthday.
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A Facebook scam claimed that Walmart was offering a shopping surprise spree to five winners in honor of Ukraine's 31st Independence Day.
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We received mail from our readers that asked if Facebook pages named Target Fans and Walmart Fans were legitimately giving away or donating hundreds of refrigerators and ovens.
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We reviewed a phishing scam that was sent as an email where scammers pretended to be offering "congrats" and a "reward" from Southwest Airlines.
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A scam email that claimed to be from McAfee Support said that a device was at risk and to hurry up and update your license.
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A Lowe's email scam claimed to be giving away a free BTU portable air conditioner in a fake sweepstakes.
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Costco was not advertising on Facebook Marketplace a bunch of portable power generators for less than $100.
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The $750 Cash App Facebook giveaways featuring Nikki Haley, Snoop Dogg, and Paula Deen are all scams.
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USPS text message scams claimed that there was a problem with delivery and that the package cannot be delivered and that payment of $3.00 was needed to make the delivery or that personal information needed to be updated.
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