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Phishing Website: 87ipad.com – My New Apple Ipad3 Facebook Scam

What is 87ipad.com (http://87ipad.com)?

87ipad.com is a phishing website like 877ipad.com, 46ipad.com, and many others that is primary used in Facebook scams focusing on free Ipad3 giveaways. The 87ipad.com scam promises to give participants free Ipad 3s, but in reality, the user may initiate the authorized installment of malware, be directed to a never-ending surveys, and more. Furthermore, the 87ipad.com scam hijacks Facebook accounts in order to spread the 87ipad.com website by spamming a post (similar to the image below), and tags multiple friends linked to the compromised Facebook profile.

87ipad.com ipad scam

The 87ipad.com Facebook scam, otherwise known as the My New Apple IPad3 scam, works just like other Facebook scams. To learn more about the process of the free ipad 3 scam. please visit a current article regarding the website 877ipad.com.

87ipad.com is not safe

87ipad.com is a phishing website used in Facebook scams relating to free Ipad 3 giveaways. No indications of participants receiving free ipad 3s have been reported over the years, as this is a very common scam.

87ipad.com collects sensitive information submitted into surveys and offers. 87ipad.com may even attempt to act like an online store  that messed up with ipad 3 orders and ask for personal information used to make payments.

Guys this online store is messing up. i received a free ipad and was never ask to pay! This is the second time I placed and order. The 1st one arrived via mail already. Hurry before they fix it! GO here: www.87ipad.com

87ipad.com may also attempt to appear like a legitimate Facebook page.87ipad Facebook

The website 87ipad.com and others alike are closely associated to the infection of Trojan horses. Visiting the website may initiate the installment of Trojan horses used in third-party malware attacks.

How to deal with the 87ipad.com: My new Apple Ipad3 scam

  • If you have noticed a friend’s account posting about the fake ipad 3 scam in your news feed, do not click any links. Your Facebook friend may have been tricked into believing the free ipad 3 scam is legitimate, or their Facebook account may have become compromised without their consent. It is common courtesy to let your friend(s) know about it by leaving a comment on the free ipad post, but please be kind to those who have fallen to common Facebook scams.
  • If you have fallen for the free ipad 3 Facebook scam, it is important to change your Facebook account password and let your Facebook friends know in order to stop this scam and associated malware from spreading. You can even change your Facebook email account used to login. A recommendation is to publish a post to your friends on your Facebook account, notifying them your account may have been compromised and not to click any suspicious links that your account may post.
  • If you suspect your computer is infected with malware associated to the Facebook ipad 3 scam, perform a full system scan using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

Sean Doyle

Sean is a tech author and engineer with over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity, privacy, malware, Google Analytics, online marketing, and other topics. He is featured in several publications.

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