Clark Howard: Warning About a Facebook Scam Using Clark Howard’s

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Warning About a Facebook Scam Using Clark Howard’s Name

Clark has just learned about a Facebook scam that uses his name. Below is the complete text of the scam, which purports to be from a friend tipping you off to a supposed money-making scheme.

You know me! I started this and I had to let you in on it! Clarke Howard recommended it also FYI !!!

My college professor told me of a way to pay off my student loans and not have to work these crazy jobs. (If you had Dr. Fred for marketing you know what I am talking about!!) Now all I have to do is let my computer run and sit back and watch the cash roll in. Im not the only one doing this and we are all making at the very least 500 a week. My best week so far I made over 2K. Sounds to good to be true but this is not a scam. This has nothing to do with a pyramid!! My check gets directly deposited to my account by way of wire every two weeks. Or you can have it mailed to you. It’s whatever you choose!! After my parents saw how easy it is they are now getting started!! It really is amazing..Thank me later..This was the easiest way I knew how to send this to all my friends wanting the info on how to do this….Good Luck and Love ya and Just follow the link [Link removed for your safety ]

Users report that if you click the link, a virus will then blast out the message to all your Facebook contacts and likely loads malware on your computer.

If you see this message, do not click on the link. If you’ve already clicked on the link, use our guide to find FREE tools to locate and remove any malicious software from your computer. We particularly recommend Malwarebytes and SUPERantispyware.

And remember, as a general guideline, anytime you hear about a money-making opportunity that sounds too good to be true…it probably is!



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