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Facebook Scam: Preston Parker giveaways

Beware of a malicious fake Facebook page for a person who claims to be named Preston Parker. The Preston Parker Facebook page usually claims that Facebook users can win money for liking his posts, sharing his posts, liking his page, and commenting “done” on his posts. However, this is completely false. This is a like-farming scam designed to acquire Facebook likes and shares off of false information. The Preston Parker Facebook page is also linked to advance fee fraud and other types of scams. This a profile you will want to stay away from.

There are many fake Facebook pages and profiles associated with the fake Preston Parker page including Jonathan EmbryAubrey HarperAaron Simon, Doran Foster, and Jordan Embry. These Facebook pages all usually publish and share the same content at the same time, which suggests that these pages are operated by the same person or group of people.

Most of the “personal” images found on these Facebook pages were stolen from a company called ENTRPRNR (entrprnr.co). We reached out to ENTRPRNR and they supplied this response:

We looked through the Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/prestonparker119 and confirmed that Mr. Preston Parker is indeed using our pictures without permission. I have never heard of him and did not authorize any person to use our images.

Facebook like-farming scams are typically harmless; However, many Facebook users have been reporting that these exact Facebook pages will send them private messages, or even call or text them at home telling them that they won and must send them money (usually around $100 – $5,000 USD) in order to gather their winnings. The fake Facebook pages will ask victims of the scam to send them an advanced payment through various services like Western Union. They may even ask victims for additional personal information.

The Preston Parker Facebook page appears to be a Facebook page that shares viral images, videos, and other web content. The Preston Parker like-farming scam is essentially designed to gather more daily views for the potential viral content using unethical and dishonest marketing tactics and techniques. The people who like the fake Facebook page are then targeted by the fake page for a variety of marketing purposes and advance-fee fraud.

In conclusion, if you notice a post by Preston Parker claiming that you can win a certain amount of money, ignore it. Report it to Facebook if you wish! These types of scams do not do anyone any good.

Example

I think I broke the machine!
Like–> Preston Parker
Share
$Comment- Done$


Its official i’m giving away $20,000 in cash. This money could be yours. Simply follow & complete all steps below. Good luck!
Step 1: LlKE this post.
Step 2: Share this post.
Step 3: Like my page –> Preston Parker
Step 4: Comment done.


Famous artist is giving away 50k in cash. Want it? It can be yours. Must follow & complete all steps below. Good luck!
Step 1: LlKE this post.
Step 2: Share this post.
Step 3: LlKE his page –> The King
Step 4: Comment done.

preston parker facebook


61 comments on “Facebook Scam: Preston Parker giveaways
    • Anonymous on said:

      Yes and i have been complaing about numerous people sending me freind requests from woman freebies but they’re page us still up!! Wtf

  1. They do not give proper reporting options. And unfortunately he pulls in big traffic for them. They also outsource their reporting where they are very poorly paid and unmotivated with very little training..:-(

  2. I sent them this scam page several times. They blocked me now. Giving all these people false hope of some greatness, sickens me. Wont Facebook please shut it down? They have almost 200,000 followers. Sad , sad.

    • I wish I knew how to put a link in the comment’s to show ppl abt this working on a smart phone I want to try and shut him down what he’s doing is so wrong

    • Anonymous on said:

      Kathy im far from being dumb THANK YOU THE PEOPLE REALLY NEEDED HELP.SO INSTEAD OF CALLING THEM AS IN FACEBOOK PEOPLE DUMB TRY MISLEAD.THANK YOU AND GODBLESS..

      • Anonymous on said:

        You are dumb if you thought instant riches would come your way just by liking, sharing and commenting ‘done’……lmao

  3. Why haven't you taken it down, I made a page afterm y husband does 'Families Healed' and you took it away from me because you said it was not really. I demand you take this down or I'm goingt o put this on the news.

  4. Kritsten all I can say is phooey to that answer, my page I made had thousands of people from every inch of the world, all talking about the good things aboutt he Lord, and Preston parkers page didn't do that.

    • Sally Forth on said:

      Vivian, it is okay to hope. It is what makes people truly be grateful, if we know people are there are good at heart. It is sad that the evil ones of this world prey on that hope. It is great that you shared, perhaps others will come here and read this article, and comments so they stop spreading the lies.

  5. Sally Forth on said:

    I once signed up for work from home on a website about 10 years ago. I already had a two jobs, and I still couldn’t pay my mortgage. After applying online, I received a $3000 check from New York City, with my first assignment, telling me to cash it, and show them how I could buy office supplies, put a $200 downpayment on business cards, and only spend $500. But the first thing they asked me to do is send them back $2000.00 via money order before the assignment can begin. I know so many people that would have fallen for it. I knew it was shady, but I called the bank the check was issued in, and read the numbers to the person on the phone. She told me 100% certain that it was a fake account, and if I took it to my bank, they would cash it, and then once the bank figured out it was fake, they would charge ME the $3000, and fees. I respect people that want to believe in the good of people. Just be careful. Always take care of yourself by taking a step back, doing the research. Protect your family from bad people that just want to tug on your emotions to fraud you.

  6. As of today Friday September 18th 2015 Mr. Preston Parker is still on facebook posting this garbage. I've posted it numberious times and it stopped for maybe 2 days Now he's back! Other people should post it as well!

  7. i had reported this to facebook security when this first started and to mark zuckenburg and not one thing was done about it they should have taken it off right away obviously mark zuckenberg cares about no one but money.

  8. Anonymous on said:

    Lol I fell for it too until I listen to one of his videos and he stated his real name wasn’t Preston Parker then I knew something was wrong why would you give a fake name

  9. FACEBOOK DELETED HIM, AND ONLY FACEBOOK CAN DELETE A PROFILE, I SHOULD KNOW I HAVE 2 FACEBOOK PAGES BECAUSE I CAN`T DELETE THE OLDER PROFILE. ONCE YOUR PROFILE IS ON FACEBOOK ONLY FACE BOOK CAN DELETE A PROFILE
    THAT`S WHY HE`S NOW GOES BY THE NAME PAUL PARKER

  10. Yes, I received the same friend request this evening, letting me know I had just won over 3 million dollars, and a car, but I had to keep this confidential, and I had receipt confirmation, and had to go to Western Union, and pay $299.99 to receive this receipt confirmation form. Talking about having the bottom dropped out of your life. Then lifted his friend request, after I told him that I didn't have any money.

  11. Asshole just got my aunt friend request and told her she won 3million an 50k a month for life Facebook needs to be held accountable they have all my aunts banking info. Sadest part is she would have given it all away

  12. I supposedly won 60,000 dollars and was contacted by Mark Sutherland. I am suppose to send 199.00 via western union to their accountant for a confirmation letter. I will then receive a check personally by them .

  13. Patricia Giguere-Winterbottom you have got to be kidding me? Why isn't facebook doing anything to stop this guy? I've yet to see him back but when I do I'll keep warning people! This guy is as bad as my EX lol

  14. Come on! Did youpeoplereally believe there was someone in theworldGIVING away cash? Remember that old saying….if it sounds to good to be true, it is!
    Also…all those posts of sick children saying "type amen" or "type amen and the lord will bless you"…… Just another way to gather your personal informationandfloodyoyrFB page with unwanted junk!

  15. Come on! Did youpeoplereally believe there was someone in theworldGIVING away cash? Remember that old saying….if it sounds to good to be true, it is!
    Also…all those posts of sick children saying "type amen" or "type amen and the lord will bless you"…… Just another way to gather your personal informationandfloodyoyrFB page with unwanted junk!

  16. Come on! Did youpeoplereally believe there was someone in theworldGIVING away cash? Remember that old saying….if it sounds to good to be true, it is!
    Also…all those posts of sick children saying "type amen" or "type amen and the lord will bless you"…… Just another way to gather your personal informationandfloodyoyrFB page with unwanted junk!

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