Fake "alton Towers" Facebook Video Doing The Rounds.

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VHG | 08:35 Mon 08th Jun 2015 | Spam & Scams
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There is a "fake" Facebook video of the Alton Towers crash doing the rounds which is a SCAM.

It promises you a chance to see a video of the Alton Towers crash, but it takes you to a FAKE YouTube site.

It says you have to share this to watch the video, but the sharing just downloads some dangerous files to your computer.

DONT share this video on Facebook, and DONT follow the links.

If any of your friends have shared it please ask them to unshare it.

You can read more here


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Thanks for the tip, not that I was likely to view it anyway.

It sounds as if there are enough warning bells though. Have to share it or not see it indeed !
Yes, I saw that too and thought, "No way,"
I don't view anything that asks me to share it first.

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