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Step 3 : [URL elided] < Link will appear here after completing above two steps to get your voucher.
Origins: In May 2012, a scam purporting to bestow Burger King vouchers upon Facebook users who joined a particular Facebook group then invited friends to also do so spread by e-mail and posts to social networking sites.
which committed them to signing up for 13 "reward" offers and referring three of their friends to do the same.)
As always, it was naught but a con meant to trick the credulous into divulging their personal information and signing up for expensive services. The Better Business Bureau provides this advice on avoiding being victimized by such scams:
If you receive a questionable or unsolicited text message, check the URL or phone number for free on the Better Business Bureau website.
Most financial institutions, utility, or other business will not communicate with you via text message. If you do not recognize the website or phone number being sent to you, don't visit or call it.
Don't e-mail or text personal and financial information.
Review your credit card and bank statements to make sure there are no unauthorized charges.
Other recent scams of similar construction include: