Facebook Scam: Rayban Sunglasses Sale – Save 90% Payment Currency $ £ €
Beware of a Facebook Rayban Sunglasses Sale scam that hijacks Facebook accounts and spams a message that says “Rayban Sunglasses Sale – Save 90% Payment Currency $ £ € 0.”
Once a user clicks these links they may be directed to suspicious websites such as rboutletsale.com that appear to be a fraudulent Rayban distributor. A web attack may also occur that takes control of Facebook accounts, spams images and messages on the user’s behalf, and tags a large amount of Facebook users to the images and messages.
This scam is very common and designed to perform Facebook Manual Share Web Attacks and trick users into visiting knock-off Rayban retail stores online that appear to be selling Rayban sunglasses at a low cost.
There have been no validated reports that users have received sunglasses after purchasing them through associated websites. In other scenarios it may be suggested that a customer will receive fake Rayban sunglasses; However, in most accounts there are no reports of anyone receiving any items from related to these suspicious websites.
If you see this post on your Facebook news feed or if someone you know tagged you to the Facebook post please avoid clicking any links. Report the post to Facebook if you wish and let your friend know that they have been duped so they can take appropriate security measures to clean their profile.
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If your Facebook account has been affected by this scam or if you feel your computer is infected with malware please see the recommended solutions below. *If you have provided your email address, telephone number, and home address to the fraudulent surveys it is likely that you will receive unwanted email spam, telephone calls, and junk mail at home. In order to disable this occurrence it is recommended to take the necessary steps and safety precautions introduced by your email service, telephone provider, and mail carrier.
- Change your Facebook password (located in your Facebook Settings) and make sure to log out of every device when prompted to. This will stop unauthorized access to your account.
- Remove suspicious Facebook Apps (Settings > Apps). In many cases rogue Facebook Apps can be used to spam these messages without direct user consent.
- If you believe your computer is infected with malware we recommend to download and install reputable Anti-Malware software such as Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Once installed, update the software, and run a scan for malicious files. *This software is available free or as a full version and can block malicious websites in real-time.