Facebook WARNING: Avoid the “Overly Dramatic Orgasm” SCAM

Facebook WARNING: Avoid the “Overly Dramatic Orgasm” SCAM, similar to the wall post below:

Overly Dramatic Orgasm

The scam message reads as follows:

So hard that her screams of ecstasy come out sounding more like a weird Tarzan yell.

Why you should Avoid it:

Clicking on the scam link will take you to a fake facebook page similar to the screenshot below:

Overly Dramatic Orgasm

The page is designed to look like a genuine Facebook Page but it has hidden functions behind all the buttons. If you click on any of the buttons on this page, the click-jacking scam will take place immediately. Now the link will appear in all your friend’s News Feed and they may also be tricked into thinking that you actually “Liked” the link and therefore more victims fall for it. Most people don’t even realise that it’s happened to them and so this link will remain in the News Feed for a long time.

As well the click-jacking scam, a fake survey will also be presented to you similar to the screenshot below:

Overly Dramatic Orgasm

Do not complete any surveys and do not give out any personal information which can and will be used to harm you. Some surveys require you to download something in order to proceed to the next stage, but they usually contain viruses or other malware that can infect your system. Usually, the person behind such a scam gets paid a commission too everytime one is completed.

Removal Instructions:

If you or your friends have fallen victim to this scam, then a full computer system scan must be carried out using the most up-to-date Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware software, some of which can be found in the List of Free Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware, Anti-Malware and Firewall Software HERE. In case you submitted a telephone number for any surveys, then you should contact your service provider or carrier immediately to avoid any bogus charges.

The affected facebook user’s wall must also be cleaned out of all spam messages that may have been automatically posted after a Click-Jacking attack (Like-Jacking or Comment-Jacking). Just follow the simple instructions in the following links:

Detailed Instructions to remove Fake Scam Links – HERE

Detailed Instructions to remove Fake Applications – HERE

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