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# 129260 9-Sep-2013 10:13
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Is this real?. http://gobunnies.org I'm soooo sceptical about it being legitimate.





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  # 891928 9-Sep-2013 10:17
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If ibunnings are giving away multiple $450 gift cards, ill eat my hat


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  # 891934 9-Sep-2013 10:25
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Hmm, registered in Mumbai with a gmail contact address.........


Domain ID:D169471197-LROR

 

Domain Name:GOBUNNIES.ORG

 

Created On:20-Aug-2013 08:11:49 UTC

 

Last Updated On:20-Aug-2013 08:11:49 UTC

 

Expiration Date:20-Aug-2014 08:11:49 UTC

 

Sponsoring Registrar:GoDaddy.com, LLC (R91-LROR)

 

Status:CLIENT DELETE PROHIBITED

 

Status:CLIENT RENEW PROHIBITED

 

Status:CLIENT TRANSFER PROHIBITED

 

Status:CLIENT UPDATE PROHIBITED

 

Status:TRANSFER PROHIBITED

 

Registrant ID:CR149333719

 

Registrant Name:mahendra dhoni

 

Registrant Street1:32 hungry market

 

Registrant Street2:

 

Registrant Street3:

 

Registrant City:mumbai

 

Registrant State/Province:Maharashtra

 

Registrant Postal Code:400016

 

Registrant Country:IN

 

Registrant Phone:+91.3333667777

 

Registrant Phone Ext.:

 

Registrant FAX:

 

Registrant FAX Ext.:

 

Registrant Email:onelinkmoviez@gmail.com

 

Admin ID:CR149333721

 

Admin Name:mahendra dhoni

 

Admin Street1:32 hungry market

 

Admin Street2:

 

Admin Street3:

 

Admin City:mumbai

 

Admin State/Province:Maharashtra

 

Admin Postal Code:400016

 

Admin Country:IN

 

Admin Phone:+91.3333667777

 

Admin Phone Ext.:

 

Admin FAX:

 

Admin FAX Ext.:

 

Admin Email:onelinkmoviez@gmail.com

 

Tech ID:CR149333720

 

Tech Name:mahendra dhoni

 

Tech Street1:32 hungry market

 

Tech Street2:

 

Tech Street3:

 

Tech City:mumbai

 

Tech State/Province:Maharashtra

 

Tech Postal Code:400016

 

Tech Country:IN

 

Tech Phone:+91.3333667777

 

Tech Phone Ext.:

 

Tech FAX:

 

Tech FAX Ext.:

 

Tech Email:onelinkmoviez@gmail.com

 


 
 
 
 




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  # 891935 9-Sep-2013 10:32
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Lot of my friends on Facebook are getting link from Facebook. http://gobunnies.org





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  # 891936 9-Sep-2013 10:32
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And the registrant is the captain of the Indian cricket team (I don't have any idea how common that name is by the way).

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  # 891937 9-Sep-2013 10:33
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Uhm, I really think bunnings would spell their name right in the domain if it were legit.

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  # 891939 9-Sep-2013 10:41
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Rule 2: If it looks/sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn't true

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  # 891978 9-Sep-2013 11:07
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Response from Bunnings:

Thank you for your email however I would like to let you know that the Bunnings brand is being misrepresented via this competition on Facebook offering $450 Bunnings gift cards.


Bunnings are in no way connected with this activity. We are currently working with Facebook to have the site removed.


Bunnings is not on any Social Media sites such as Facebook or Twitter and do not use Social Media for any offers, promotions or data collection of any sort.


As mentioned, Bunnings is taking this very seriously and have formally reported the page to Facebook and the police.


Regards,



Sarah Wardle

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  # 891980 9-Sep-2013 11:10
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Do people really fall for this? If I published a Word 97 template at, say, "goteecup.org" with a Telecom logo would people think it was a genuine Telecom site? It has kind of a few of the same letters in it's name.

Oops, better go, apparently my great long lost uncle Prince Awabi has died and left me millions...

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  # 891982 9-Sep-2013 11:15
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some of my friends are falling for this on facebook.

I didn't realise how many gullible people I knew.


Time to start my own scam I think.....

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  # 891992 9-Sep-2013 11:35
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NonprayingMantis: some of my friends are falling for this on facebook.

I didn't realise how many gullible people I knew.


Time to start my own scam I think.....


Time to start filtering email from these friends of yours, too.

I've been receiving heaps of really legitimate looking notifications from Facebook, lately. I know they are dodgy becasue they refer to pages and groups I have never heard of but they do have legitimate friend names and page links, so it seems they are from within Facebook. The alarm bells went off because I have opted out of all communication from Facebook, all notifications, and I only receive these dodgy notifications on an old Gmail address I used to use with Facebook, some time ago.

Yep, like the old Nigerian dead oil magnate uncle scam, it still goes around, because people still buy into it.

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  # 891994 9-Sep-2013 11:42
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Yep, there is one person in my feed who is always reposting things like this (and last week I saw the Bunnings one pop up, and they had even commented on it saying 'Thanks Bunnings!'

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  # 892000 9-Sep-2013 11:50
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trig42: Yep, there is one person in my feed who is always reposting things like this (and last week I saw the Bunnings one pop up, and they had even commented on it saying 'Thanks Bunnings!'

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I believe they don't actually write that.  It is posted automatically into their newsfeed (and hence your newsfeed) when they click 'like' or whatever.  They always say the exact same thing "thanks [insert name of scam]"

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  # 892056 9-Sep-2013 13:12
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gundar:
NonprayingMantis: some of my friends are falling for this on facebook.

I didn't realise how many gullible people I knew.


Time to start my own scam I think.....


Time to start filtering email from these friends of yours, too.


If I get any private message on Twitter saying "Someone has been posting this about you LOL" or "How could you do that LOL" I immediately unfollow the person for being stupid.





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  # 892061 9-Sep-2013 13:18
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Interesting that bunnings say that they are not on any social media. Must be one of the few retailers who aren't.

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