Fed up with the scams that spread virally across Facebook, pointing you to money-making surveys? I certainly am and so, it seems, is Facebook.
Facebook has announced this week that it has filed three lawsuits, aimed at stamping out those responsible for some of the scams that have spread rapidly over the social networking site this year.
The suits accuse two men, Steven Richter of Kings Park, New York, and Jason Swan of Las Vegas, and an affiliate marketing company, MaxBounty, of participating in the schemes which plagued users by promising them non-existent “Dislike” buttons or “Facebook Gold” accounts, but directing them to revenue-generating surveys instead.
In such scams, users are either urged or tricked into liking or sharing the links…
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