Facebook & Fake Music Sites

Currently if you show any interest in guitars or music on Facebook you may see an advertisement for high quality guitars claiming to to be discounted.  These may seem too good to be true, and they are.

Take a look at an example ad.

Fake Ad on Facebook

The web site that the link leads to offers Gibson guitars at unbelievable prices so perhaps you shouldn’t believe them.  Still not sure? Check the web site address on a site such as scamadviser.com. Others are available.

scamadviser.com This site, ndznm.com, came up as less than 26 days old and 0% safe.

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It has been reported that when you try to purchase with your card it throws up an error but the scammers have what they were after, your card details.

The site below isn’t showing the ultimate web site just a link on bit.ly so you will need to click on it to discover the real address.

Another FAKE example

I’m sure these scams are not just on Facebook, the scammers have used email as a method to hook people and ads on other web sites.  Be aware.

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