Messages have been spread on Facebook claiming to link to a video news report of the death of awesome martial arts film star Chuck Norris.
Gift card scams are a common sight on Facebook, and this weekend it has been the turn of Amazon.com to be the brand used by cybercriminals as a way of making them cash.
Have your Facebook friends invited you to switch your boring blue Facebook profile to an attractive shade of red, black or shocking pink?
Are Walmart and Ikea *really* giving away gift cards via Twitter? And, if so, would they want you to vote for your favourite character from a low-brow reality TV show?
It would cost Costco $80 billion to give everyone on Facebook a $100 gift card. Do you still think the link can be trusted, or have you twigged that it's just another Facebook survey scam?
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, it seems Facebook scammers are eager to take advantage of users desperate for a bargain.
Facebook scammers are claiming that Justin Bieber has been stabbed in an attempt to trick concerned fans into clicking on a link which will earn them money.
Food prices are high, morale is low, so who wouldn't want nice big £150 gift card from Morrisons?
Facebook scammers lure social networking users into a survey scam in the run-up to Christmas.
Scammers have put a new spin on an old Facebook scam, claiming that a girl killed herself on Halloween after her father posted a message on her wall.
It is Tesco's turn to find its brand being abused by Facebook scammers, pretending that they have gift cards and vouchers for free shopping at the popular British supermarket.
A scam promising free coffee vouchers and gift cards is targeting Facebook users. Like many scams previously, there is no gift card only someone trying to sign you up for costly surveys.
Jeremy Kyle, the UK's answer to Jerry Springer, is the subject of a fast-spreading Facebook scam that claims he was "attacked by a chav".
Don't be a dumbo, don't click on the links as you'll only be sharing the scams with your Facebook friends.
Repeat after me - Apple is not giving away any free iPads, iPhones or MacBooks in memory of Steve Jobs.
Nevertheless, Steve Jobs scams claiming to offer free hardware are flourishing on Facebook.
It's impossible to express how sad many people in the technology world feel at the news of the death of Steve Jobs.
Sickeningly, scammers were waiting to take advantage of the bad news.
If they are being given away for free, who wouldn't want two tickets to any destination in the United States?
That's just the kind of thinking which can make you fall for a Facebook scam..
Once again, Facebook users are duped into believing that Lady Gaga has been found dead in a hotel bedroom.
You would think that the scammers would show a little more imagination - rather than using the same disguises time and time again. But, hey, if the scam is working for them - why change it?
A shocking video of a man in a wheelchair falling down an elevator shaft? Is that really what you want to watch?
Well, if it is, then you're just the kind of person that a newly-discovered Facebook scam is looking for.
A video of baby kicking inside his mother's pregnant belly is the latest lure being used by Facebook scammers.
Facebook scams are getting sneakier - with the latest attack using the lure of a free T-shirt celebrating Facebook's birthday in an attempt to steal the secret backdoor key to your account.