Saturday, January 25, 2014

Facebook Scam: IPhone Video - Rihanna and Chris Brown S xtape Leaked Today

"The Facebook post: "[iPhone VIDEO] Rihanna & Chris Brown S xtape Leaked Today," is a scam created to trick Facebook users into completing surveys, "liking" or sharing a fake Facebook website. The post promises Facebook users a leaked sex IPhone video of Rihanna and Chris Brown", only if they "like" or share the same website. But, there is no video."

"It is this fake Facebook website that the scammers want you to "like" or share, which will make it popular. Once the page is popular, these scammers can sell it to online marketers or other scammers. They will also make money from the surveys that are completed by gullible Facebook users who were tricked into completing them."


Please let your friend know if he/she has shared it!

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Modelling Scams in Singapore

Becoming a model is many girls' dream. Isn't it good that people are paying you because you look good? It definitely makes you stand out from the rest of the common people. Besides, you will get quite a good pay!

However, not many models can really make it to the top. Many local models are simply doing freelance photo shoot and events.

Scammers start to take advantages of the desires of young girls online. Fake social media profiles, such as Facebook accounts, are created and the scammers start hunting for their preys.

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Which modelling job will require the client to touch the model?

We have no idea why scammers are doing this when they can pay for willing parties at Geylang and probably at cheaper rate that they have offered to the models online (if they are really paying). Perhaps, they find models more appealing?

We hope everyone would continue to warn model-wannabe friends of such scam. Note that this can and has probably been happening in all around the world.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Heather Chua Scam

A Facebook profile by the name of "Heather Chua" has become a sensation of the internet. The person behind the female account is a male who has been insulting many groups of people. We are quite disgusted by him for cheating photos from models by faking modelling jobs.

According to Yahoo:

Man, 22, under police probe for posting racist remarks under pseudonym ‘Heather Chua’

A 22-year-old man is under investigation by local police for a string of offensive remarks he allegedly posted under the fictitious name “Heather Chua” on Facebook.

In a statement issued on Friday, police said several members of the public have filed police reports against his posts, which angered many Internet users. The first, police said, was filed on 3 January this year.

Police said they determined the 22-year-old’s identity through “extensive investigations”. The man is now assisting police with their investigations.

Police warned also that any person found guilty of promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion or race, and carrying out acts that undermine harmony, can be jailed for up to three years and fined.

Using the moniker “Heather Chua”, the man allegedly posted comments insulting the work of National Servicemen, ITE graduates and Malays, among a series of other things. “Chua”’s posts, which were frequently geotagged to Sentosa Cove, ignited the ire of many Facebook users, prompting the efforts of some to track down who “she” was.

In a recent post, "Chua" told a lengthy story of a friend of hers from Raffles Girls' School who got married to an ITE graduate. "She" claimed that her friend's parents disapproved of their relationship "because of his poor family background and where he came from", adding that they did not attend her wedding while saying how "extremely disappointed in her" "she" was.

Several bloggers accused him of creating fake modelling events in a bid to trick aspiring models to send their portfolio pictures to him. They also said in various posts on Facebook that the photographs of luxury cars “Chua” posts on “her” Facebook profile contain digitally altered licence plates that do not exist on Singapore’s vehicle listings.

The female images used as “Chua”’s profile pictures were also allegedly stolen from Thai actress and blogger Pimpatchara Vajrasevee. The latter also previously took to her Instagram account to call “Chua” out for stealing her pictures, but she allegedly denied doing so in comments on Vajrasevee's pictures.

According to screengrabs of “Chua”’s account, “her” birthday is 25 July 1973, and listed the University of Phoenix, National University of Singapore, Temasek Junior College and Raffles Girls’ School among her places of education.

By Wednesday, the man’s Facebook profile had been taken down.

Related post: The Real Singapore