Watch Out: This Facebook Scam Exploits Robin Williams’ Death for Clicks

Have you seen Facebook posts claiming to link to a video message that actor Robin Williams made before his death earlier this week? Do not click on it — the video does not exist. The post was created by scammers looking to make a quick buck off the tragic death of a beloved entertainer.And just because your friends have shared the link on Facebook doesn’t mean it’s legitimate. If you click on it, you’ll be brought to a Web page that demands you share the link on your own Facebook and fill out a survey before you can view the alleged video.

via Watch Out: This Facebook Scam Exploits Robin Williams’ Death for Clicks.

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