Facebook scam: A live shocking footage of an elephant head is broken by explosive mines! [VIDEO]

Oh dear, be aware Facebook users! Scammers have launched a new Facebook scam which is titled “A live shocking footage of an elephant head is broken by explosive mines!”.

This time the scammers are using a shocking image of an Elephant which has been attacked. The graphic video shows a “beheaded” Elephant which is laying on the road.

The “A live shocking footage of an elephant head is broken by explosive mines!” Facebook scam claims that they have footage of the attack on the Elephant and that the Elephant has died because of explosive mines.

Facebook elephant scam
Facebook elephant scam

As we all might know, this is the work of poachers which hunt down exotic animals for their unique bones, flesh and skin.

shocking elephant movie facebook
shocking elephant movie facebook

The hackers are abusing the Elephant picture as they are claiming that they have footage. The Facebook scam lures unaware people to a malicious website which is hosted on Facebook.LEAKMOVIES.com/elephant/, this website is used by the scammers to provide the Elephant Facebook scam.

elephant scam facebook
elephant scam facebook

When the user lands on the malicious “A live shocking footage of an elephant head is broken by explosive mines!” page. The user will be forced to “unlock” the video or wait 60 seconds.

elephant scam redirects to Clash of Clans
elephant scam redirects to Clash of Clans

Once the user has waited 60 seconds, the user will be able to click the “play” button on the malicious website. Once the “play button” has been presses on the “A live shocking footage of an elephant head is broken by explosive mines!” Facebook hoax site.  The user will be forced to share the “A live shocking footage of an elephant head is broken by explosive mines!” Facebook scam to the Facebook timeline. This allows the scam to go viral within a couple of days.

fake facebook share elephant
fake facebook share elephant

Once the user has shared the video on the Facebook timeline, the user will be redirected to the Clash of Clans Facebook page which is serving “Fake generators” for the Clash of Clans game. Please be aware of these scams as they can easily be modified to serve malware to the unaware users.

Share this information with your environment to keep them informed. The Elephant hoax is a very shocking hoax, so the chance is very high that people will click the video just to see what happends.