The Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam is currently circulating on Facebook. The post claims that the Facebook users have been selected to participate in an online competition.
The Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam claims that the Facebook users need to like and share the ‘Royal Caribbean’ Facebook post before they can participate in the (fake) Royal Caribbean Facebook competition.
Once the victim has liked and shared the Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam, the user will be forced to navigate to an external online website which has been setup by the scammers to generate an online revenue from their Facebook victims.
The Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam website holds code which triggers an survey, the survey demands from the victim a series of answers, once the answers have been provided the user will be navigated to another external website and the same trick will be applied again.
The scammers behind the Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam have setup this scam as it allows them to collect personal, financial and classified information from their victims. These type of scams are often used in combination with malware.
Once the victim downloads and executes an program from the Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam, the victim will get infected with malware which will allow the scammer to fully control the infected device.
We strongly urge all our readers to be aware of the Royal Caribbean Facebook Scam and it is wise to inform your environment about these type of scams.
These scams hurt a lot of people which are having a really hard time. A lot of people are in a financial crisis and a free “Royal Caribbean” trip would be a dream for many people coming true.
The scammers are aware of this and they are trying to exploit these vulnerable people.