Fake-news posts claiming that a brutal shooting has occurred in a specified location are currently appearing on Facebook.
Inaccurate and misleading messages advise users to never click on bit.ly links because they all point to viruses, rogue applications or malicious websites.
Rebirth Of The Eagle ‘Motivational’ Message is Fiction, Not Fact
Social media message claims that an attached photograph depicts the world's largest tortoise being transported along a roadway strapped to a truck. #hoax
New "Win a Free Range Rover" scams continue to appear on Facebook. Such scams have made regular appearances on Facebook for several years now.
OUTDATED — Plea to Help Find Homes for 52 Thoroughbred Horses
According to a post that is currently making its way around Facebook, you can click to get a 24 piece Sharpie marker set for free. #scam #Facebook
Email, which claims to be from I.T. Support, urges recipients to click a link to upgrade to a new mail server. #phishing #scam
Imitinef Mercilet — Misleading Free Blood Cancer Medicine Advice Message
Email that purports to be from the Canadian bank Tangerine claims that you must verify your account due to database maintenance. #scam #phishing #Tangerine