Usan dating scam
Thankfully, the singer best known as cast member of Britain's Got Talent in 2009 is alive and well. (read more)Susan Boyle death hoax spreads on Facebook Rumors of the singer’s alleged demise gained traction on Friday after a ‘R. Those who read the ‘About’ page were given a believable account of the Scottish singer’s passing:“At about 11 a.m.
ET on Friday (December 29, 2017), our beloved singer Susan Boyle passed away.
The best advice I can give you is if anyone asks for money or your bank details to transfer money into - cut them off totally and report them to the site you originally met on.
We were chatting for a few weeks and he suggested going onto messenger as it would save money on subscriptions.
Once clicked, the fake Flash Player installer will infect the device by installing its malware (usually a Trojan) as a browser plugin.
I was so gullible for the love but as soon as he asked me for money I cut him off completely.
And as usual, Twittersphere was frenzied over the death hoax.
A recent poll conducted for the Celebrity Post shows that a large majority (75%) of respondents think those Susan Boyle death rumors are not funny anymore.
Susan Boyle Death Hoax Dismissed Since Singer Is ‘Alive And Well’On Saturday (December 30) the singer's reps officially confirmed that Susan Boyle is not dead.
But I will say if they sound too good to be true cut them off and don't even say anything to them just get rid of them as soon as possible for the sake of your heart and in a lot of circumstances your pocket.
It hijacks users’ profile and spams users’ friends.