Beware of fake Facebook pages that claim Center Parcs is offering a 7-night holiday for 4 to anyone who writes ‘Done’ in the comments section. Do not fall for this scam! It’s all a scam! Centre Parcs has not conducted any competition.

Center Parcs Longleat Scam Facebook – How Does It Work?

They want to increase the popularity of the Facebook page, so they ask you to share and comment on the giveaway post. The Facebook algorithm means that the more people share and comment on a post, the greater the chance it will appear on many people’s Facebook timelines.

Are you done with the comments? Next is “Validation”. This is what happens.

Participation in a survey is required. This collects personal information. There is no holiday giveaway. You get nothing in return except spam messages and annoying pop-up notifications.

It’s a scam that entraps thousands every year, as this article shows.

Fake Centre Parcs Facebook Pages

The following Centre Parcs Facebook page is to be avoided

How to spot fake giveaways and counterfeit pages on Facebook

These steps will help you protect yourself against social media scams

  • Is it too good to true? You can quickly Google the company that is offering the giveaway to find out if it is legitimate.
  • When was this page created? This information can be found in the ‘About’ section of the page. It’s a fake page if it falls below six months.
  • Make sure to check the branding. Often, typographical errors can occur.


The Center Parcs Facebook scam is a scam that tries to trick people into thinking they are participating in an online contest for a free holiday at Center Parcs. This scam redirects users to dubious websites where people are tricked to give out their personal information in a survey.