Facebook's sponsored messages (paid advertising) continue to attract users using well-known names on questionable cryptocurrency platforms.
Facebook just can not control it! Already in early 2018, Facebook had promised (we have reported here) that they would announce the fight "Sponsored Contributions" and the corresponding advertisement on Facebook would be prohibited! Facebook had said the following:
"We want users to be able to discover new products and services via Facebook, without fear of fraud or misdirection",
Let's just say: It was a shame, because we report almost exactly every week these fake ads on Facebook and, in most cases, the creators are constantly using celebrity names to lure them to Facebook users traps to attract. Whether on behalf of Thomas Gottschalk or Thomas Anders, but also on Dieter Bohlen and DSDS as well as on behalf of the "Lions Cave", they are being abused again and again for "sponsored contributions".
Now, cyber-scammers have found another beginning for their machinations. It's the singer Lena Meyer-Landrut.
On Facebook, you clash again and again with such ads:
With sinister titles such as "Your fans can not believe that they did it" or "They can not hide the truth", you arouse the curiosity of users and, in connection with photos of the singer and high-priced cars, you incite users to take the trap!
The advertising itself is controlled from Vietnam! At least you can see this when you take a closer look at the page that posted this ad on Facebook!
It's also worth taking a look at the library of ads, because here you can see that this site has different ads in many countries! But who really is behind this page and who pays the price remains hidden.
If one follows the status contribution on Facebook, a webpage is then opened, which is to suggest to the user that it is the "world" website. But this is not the case. A look at the URL reveals that the "World" website is also a fake!
And now, the moderator Klaas Heufer-Umlauf comes into play, because on a photo, you can see it with the singer Lena Meyer-Landrut on his show "Late Night Berlin"! The user must be given a sense of security because most users know the presenter as well as the singer and the "world" website.
But far from it!
The cyber-scammers aim to attract users to this site at the end.
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Users lose the amount of money paid into Bitcoin Profit as well as the personal information that they provide. Criminals can use them for crimes under foreign names.
Is any of the deceptive sponsored contributions To create copied news sites that tell a fictional story on behalf of well-known programs or people that are still tied to questionable Bitcoin trading platforms, you should be deprived of it.