British Airways is celebrating its 70th anniversary by giving away 2 free air tickets to 200 lucky customers.
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*_British Airways_* is celebrating its 70th anniversary by giving away 2 free air tickets to 200 lucky customers.
✈ *Click below link to claim yours now and fly with _British Airways_*
Viral Message Verification – This is a long ongoing spam message being circulated widely on the social media and very much similar to the same message. See the below message as well
Once you have clicked the above link you will be redirected to another page, where you will be asked to fill some survey details like
Looks like the spammer is targeting the same news again and again and targeting millions of facebook users all over the world
There is a link in the above message and when you click the message it would take you to a page, where it will indulge you into survey type of activity.
You have been selected to take part in our short survey and get 2 free British Airways Air Tickets.
We only have 182 Tickets remaining so hurry up!
To Get Your Tickets, Answer 3 Simple Questions below and complete Survey.
The link will ask you to fill the survey details as quick as possible. The link is not from British Airways, but from some unknown site. Once you answer all the question you will be asked to share this survey email to another 10 person, before you actually get the tickets.
You will be getting a list of hell lot of question and subscribe requests and once all is done, a ThankYou note is displayed with the message “You did not win, try again better luck.”
The spam is running from long time and is being circulated in many regional languages and international language like Hindi, English, Spanish, English, German and Portuguese.
If you are really interested to get free tickets please check with the British Airways, company directly. Beware and don’t be victim to such a message and never spam this message further.
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