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The Giant Snake found scams on Facebook

Snakes are scary for a lot of people and for some they are intriguing. Scammers on the internet have been crafting various scams to lure unaware internet users to their malicious websites. The scammers often launch their scams on Facebook and this time they have launched the ‘[SHOCKING VIDEO] 900 pound Gaint Snake pulled out of Lake in North-Carolina today recently!?‘ scams which is luring unaware users to the malicious website which is hosted on the payfunda.biz domain.

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Text being used in the Giant Snake scam

A very big gaint snake caught near new-carolina and it was almost 78 feet long and 56 inches in diameter.

The scammers have used a picture of a machine which is lifting a giant snake. The picture is used to trick the users into believing that there is actually a snake of 900 pounds which has been captured and that they are allowed to view the footage.

The truth is actually that they are lured to the malicious website which will force the unaware users to share the website on social media networks before they are allowed to watch the video. Once unaware users have shared the malicious scam, they will be navigated to another site which will serve them advertisements and surveys that will generate an online revenue for the scammers behind the ‘[SHOCKING VIDEO] 900 pound Gaint Snake pulled out of Lake in North-Carolina today recently!?‘ scam on payfunda.biz.

Each day unaware users are being infected by Giant Snake scams which lure the internet for unaware users. The users are often average internet users which want to watch a funny or shocking video on the internet.

If you see someone in your environment which is sharing the ‘[SHOCKING VIDEO] 900 pound Gaint Snake pulled out of Lake in North-Carolina today recently!?‘ Facebook scam, then please urge them to remove the link from their Facebook timeline. This will allow the scam to die on the social media network.

The Facebook scams need user interaction, so the scammers will try various methods to get the malicious sites shared to random social media networks.

By CWZ

Founder of Cyberwarzone.com.