David J. Deno, CEO of Outback, isn’t giving away steakhouse goodies boxes to celebrate its 33rd birthday. You will not be able to fulfill your dreams of owning a steakhouse gift box. It’s far from the truth! A clever group of scammers is trying to trick you.
Why do I say so?
- All pages that offer the promo are fake Outback Facebook pages.
- They were first created in November.
- Facebook badge not verified
- The 33-year celebration was celebrated in March 2021.
What happens when you share and like the post?Outback Steakhouse USA Giveaway on Facebook
To register for your gift, click on the link.
This is where the scam begins.
- You would be taken to a malicious site that has nothing to do whatsoever with Outback
- Sign up to become a member. You will be asked to provide your personal information as well as your credit card details.
- Your credit card will be charged with $79 or more
- To request a chargeback, you would not be able contact customer service
What should you do if your financial information has been submitted to these sites?
- Inform your Bank
- Cancellation of your credit card
- Report the Facebook page
- This review can be shared with your family and friends to alert them
What should you do if you receive phishing texts like this?
It doesn’t matter how convincing the message/mails sound, you should not click on any of the links or send your personal data.
You should first ignore these messages and search online for reviews.