On May 5 2019, the Facebook page “Crafty Morning” shared a photograph of and affiliate link to purported “Tiffany Blue” roses (archived here), urging page fans to click through and purchase seeds to grow the stunning …
Over a quarter of a million Facebook users have shared a purported giveaway shared by the page “Santorini Holidays” (archived here) in April 2019. A featured album of (admittedly beautiful) pictures is captioned as follows: …
False claims that Tyler Perry is giving away $750,000 spread on social media in June 2018.
A false rumor that Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey are giving away 4,000 Walmart gift cards came from a Facebook account that’s not affiliated with the celebrities.
A fake Costco coupon for $41 off a $50 purchase began circulating on Facebook in October 2017.
A story about a 14 year old boy shot six times by his stepfather on Facebook is an example of a sick child hoax used by scammers.
Some vendors of eclipse glasses made false claims about the safety benefits of their products in the lead up to the total solar eclipse in August 2017.
There’s not enough info to determine if a phantom item showing up on Walmart receipts as jajket 000000000001K bills customers for $10 for nothing.
A fake offer for 5,000 Kroger fuel points that surfaced on social media in July 2017 is part of a like-farming scam.
False claims that Delta Airlines was giving away free tickets from July 2017 were part of a survey scam and should not be trusted.