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Are these FB scams or what ?

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Looking on Facebook you see lots of free giveaways & I come across this one (See lazy link in post 1). What is the catch as it's obviously false.
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Looking on Facebook you see lots of free giveaways & I come across this one (See lazy link in post 1).
What is the catch as it's obviously false.
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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6 Likes #2
No it's not a scam, they are genuinely giving away 20x £100k worth of rv just for pressing like lol

Edited By: thedvdmonster on Jan 07, 2017 11:31
#3
Yes, dont waste your time. They get paid after a certain amount of likes and shares for advertising space.
#4
more of a promotional comp,all have same finish date for entry, i have a friend who does these incessantly and won a caravaning holiday very similar thing, not an rv I know but just anecdotal that some are genuine, but like anything else, there will be those who take the **** for likes/shares.
and it doesn't actually say what they are offering either. designed to pray on the inattentive nature of Facebook

Edited By: violentj on Jan 07, 2017 11:36: added words
#5
If it's too good to be true...
Not sure this even needed posting it's that obvious.
banned 1 Like #6
welcome to 2004 hun.
#7
You answered your own question...
#8
MrScotchBonnet
welcome to 2004 hun.
I know it's a scam (as I've already stated) but was curious as to why.You don't get any money for Likes or people sharing your post.
#9
RossD89
You answered your own question...
I've not and still waiting on an answer lol.
banned#10
WheresMeNuts
MrScotchBonnet
welcome to 2004 hun.
I know it's a scam (as I've already stated) but was curious as to why.You don't get any money for Likes or people sharing your post.

These pages are always building up a following and changing the name of the group to something completely different, they can be sold for a tidy sum as well once a good following has been built up.
#11
MrScotchBonnet
WheresMeNuts
MrScotchBonnet
welcome to 2004 hun.
I know it's a scam (as I've already stated) but was curious as to why.You don't get any money for Likes or people sharing your post.
These pages are always building up a following and changing the name of the group to something completely different, they can be sold for a tidy sum as well once a good following has been built up.
Is this the same as those horrid Amen posts ?
1 Like #12
WheresMeNuts
MrScotchBonnet
welcome to 2004 hun.
I know it's a scam (as I've already stated)
But you didnt know it was a scam , hence your question.Adding " its obviously false" to your comment only after being told its a scam.
#13
It's 'like farming'. If you get so many likes, shares, & reposts on your page you get paid revenue for the adverts on your page.
Type amen if you agree, or ignore if you are a heartless monster...

Edited By: g1bbuk on Jan 07, 2017 13:04
1 Like #14
g1bbuk
It's 'like farming'. If you get so many likes, shares, & reposts on your page you get paid revenue for the adverts on your page.
Type amen if you agree, or ignore if you are a heartless monster...
Or ignore it if you have an iq higher than an amoeba.
#15
rhinopaul
WheresMeNuts
MrScotchBonnet
welcome to 2004 hun.
I know it's a scam (as I've already stated)
But you didnt know it was a scam , hence your question.Adding " its obviously false" to your comment only after being told its a scam.


​BUSTED! :p
#16
rhinopaul
WheresMeNuts
MrScotchBonnet
welcome to 2004 hun.
I know it's a scam (as I've already stated)
But you didnt know it was a scam , hence your question.Adding " its obviously false" to your comment only after being told its a scam.
I was wanting to know what was to be gained from it all,hence why I asked the question.My question was "What is the catch as it's obviously false.Maybe false was a poor word to use & should have used the word Fake,but it's obvious I'm asking why are they doing it & not, should I click on the like button & share.
#17
g1bbuk
It's 'like farming'. If you get so many likes, shares, & reposts on your page you get paid revenue for the adverts on your page.
Type amen if you agree, or ignore if you are a heartless monster...
It's only FB that profit from advertising is it not ?
banned#18
#19
where on earth would you park that thing?
1 Like #20
joesmum
where on earth would you park that thing?
You sell it (_;)
#21
obvious scams are obvious

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