These fake pages are phishing and/or hackign schemes trying to gather your personal information, hack into your computer or install malware to your system.
Facebook doesnt allow multipe pages to have the same name.
(And the same methods can be applied to other fake pages as well).Supposedly, you can win a free Disney family vacation and other prizes, if you "like" and share various posts from a Facebook page called Disney World.All official Disney pages allow Facebook users to post directly to the page in a new thread.Fake pages will usually show likes in the thousands, but because they do get shut down fairly regularly (always paint rebate to pop up again) they never reach the millions.If it has any strange punctuation its not legit.Unfortunately the Travel/Leisure category is easy to fit in to, so be particularly careful to check for other signs if an unofficial page manages to gain that category description.At best you'll clutter your friend's Feeds with fraudulent posts, at worst you'll infect your computer with very dangerous malware and either way, you'll help contribute to a scam artist's success.Multiple Scammers, not only does the scammer not have any money or tickets to give away, he didn't even photograph his own gift bags!
If the page is missing the Facebook check but is claiming to be an official Facebook page there are a couple of things you need.
In all such examples and the many more you could surely find, if you spend enough time searching for Disney-name variations of Facebook the incorrect name or unnecessary punctuation was only the first of many signs that these are scammy like-farming pages; the main clue.
To win just Share Like (Comment to double chances).
The fake, now compare that to the scammy Facebook page for Disney World.
For general inquiries (complaints, legal, press, marketing, copyright visit our ".Don't do any of this."A lot of these sites will have names such as 'Walt Disney World.' or 'WaltDisney-World' or even 'Walt Disney Land.' The Facebook scam pages know they can't use the actual name, but they will steal some of the profile pics and cover photos from the.Click the three little dots in the header and a window will pop.I see similar pages and scams pop up for all major airlines, cruiselines, and expensive product lines.There's also such oddities as the Walt Disney Land page (the real Disneyland park in California has a one-word name) with a Local business banner.