UPDATE: A new scam titled - Marika Fruscio Shows Her Chest Live On Tv is now reported to be spreading rapidly on Facebook.
Once you’ve cliked the scam link it will be taken to the following page with a video.
Clicking play will click-jack and like-jack you Facebook account. It will automatically like and post the scam message on your Faebook wall.
The scam message describes that, “The beautiful Marika Fruscio, Italian columnist tries desperately to hide desperately to hide his chest but it has apparently decided otherwise!”
As you can see that there’s a mistake in the message and clearly indicates it’s a scam.
If you come across this scam or any related scam, please do not click on it, instead report it as scam.
If you’ve already fallen to a scam like this, its better you remove the application and revoke the rights of the applications to access your profile.
Here’s how you can do it:
Go to Account > Privacy Settings > Applications and remove the application from your profile.
Try and avoid clicking on unrelated links or short links on Facebook or any other social networking site for that matter. This is the most common mistake users commit and fall for such scams.