iPhone 5 giveaways are flourishing on Facebook and elsewhere on the internet.
But how can you tell the scams from genuine offers? We help you decide, with some mathematics.
States in the USA, such as Vermont and New Jersey, are continuing to deal with heavy flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
And we weren't surprised to find internet scammers attempting to profit from other people's misery.
It's Twitter not Twtter.
But even the best of us can make a typo, leading to potential costly consequences.
Scammers on Facebook have once again proven themselves to be cold-hearted opportunists, unafraid to take advantage of personal tragedies for their own financial ends.
This time, they're exploiting the death of an RAF pilot with the Red Arrows.
If you're a Facebook user, please repeat after me:
"Facebook doesn't let you track who is viewing your profile. Third-party Facebook apps aren't allowed to do it either, and if they claim to offer the ability they are banned from Facebook."
Is there a Facebook serial killer in your city?
Video scam spreads rapidly across social network, using GEO-IP lookup to appear more enticing.
A father dropped his daughter while trying to catch a baseball.
But don't let the promise of a video of what happened trick you into falling for a Facebook scam.
Troubled singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her North London home today, making headlines around the world.
Within four hours, cold-hearted scammers were taking advantage of her death on Facebook.
Facebook scammers are taking advantage of today's bombing in Oslo, Norway. The scams don't depart from their standard formula, but are particularly disgusting considering the tragic event they exploit.
Messages are spreading rapidly on Facebook claiming to reveal a way to find out who has been secretly viewing your profile.
The truth is, however, that it's another scheme to earn money for scammers.
Just as there are many adoring young fans of Justin Bieber around the world, there are also scammers looking for an opportunity to make a quick buck.
Here's how not to get Justin Bieber to follow you on Twitter.
Another "Jaa" scam spreads quickly between Facebook users, claiming to be a video of an Italian TV presenter.
Another survey scam is doing the rounds today on Facebook claiming to be a video of a girl getting revenge for being wronged. Learn what to watch for and how to avoid this scam on Facebook.
A scam is spreading quickly on Facebook claiming to be a video of a spider under somebody's skin.
You would think that everyone would be wise to such scams by now, but still they spread very effectively.
Has Casey Anthony confessed to killing her daughter? Scammers on Facebook would like you to think so, and that a leaked video reveals the truth.
The only truth, however, is that sick cybercriminals are taking advantage of a news story for their own commercial ends.
We see many scams spreading across Facebook every day, but some of them really make us lose our faith in society.. and Facebook itself.
Facebook users are being tricked into helping scammers earn money, in the mistaken belief that they will receive a free $25 Apple iTunes Giftcard.
A pornographic video of an ex-girlfriend on Facebook is just the bait for the latest fast-spreading scam.
An Italian model and TV hostess suffers an embarrassing costume slip on live television. It's no surprise, therefore, to find scammers taking advantage of the video for their own financial ends.
Ryan Dunn, a star of the TV show Jackass, died last week after a high speed car crash. And within hours, ghoulish scammers were taking advantage of the daredevil's demise by claiming to have exclusive videos of the accident in links that spread via Facebook.