Intriguing news, images and videos we see on Facebook often catch our attention that we are often tempted to click on the links to see more. This is exactly how scammers spread scams on the social network and make people provide personal information, answer surveys or download malicious files.
The reason you are here is likely because you have seen several of your friends posting the message and the link dailymailworld101211 blogspot com on their wall.
The video is actually about Annette Morales-Rodriguez who was accused of killing pregnant Maritza Ramirez-Cruz. Here’s the video without the surveys:
Woman Kills Pregnant Woman & Cutsk The Baby From Her Dead Body Because Her Boyfriend.
Woman Kills Pregnant Woman & Cuts The Baby From Her Dead Body Because Her Boyfriend.
If you click the message or go to the link (which we advise you NOT to do), you will be welcomed by a message asking you if you are 18 years of age. This supposedly is a requirement for you to see the video. If you click on the “I agree” link, however, you will actually be sharing the post on your wall.
What to Do with This Video Scam
Here’s how to deal with this new Facebook Scam:
1. Report the post as spam
2. Warn your friends about this new scam by sharing this post on Facebook: