The Rolex Submariner 100-year anniversary free Rolex watch circulating on Facebook and WhatsApp is a red flag. It’s a Phishing Scam. The malicious link in the message will send malware to your phone.

This review will reveal everything you need about the Rolex 100th Anniversary Giveaway, as well as why it is fraudulent.

What is the Rolex 100-year Anniversary Scam?

Scammers are using the message to steal account credentials and personal financial information. The website will ask users to enter their personal information.

Here is where the scam begins. These scammers will take your credit card details and delete all your bank accounts. They are not the legitimate Rolex company and don’t offer any wrist watches.

Rolex was also founded in 1905. Therefore, it is 116 year old and not 100 years as claimed by this fraud.

Facebook Scam: The Rolex 100 Year Anniversary Scam

This is the scam message:

Rolex gift free! Good luck


You have won a Rolex Submariner watch. Follow the steps on the next page for your claim.

Congratulations! Congratulations!

This is the final step


Do not be deceived by comments on the website. All of them are fake. Scammers use these comments to persuade potential victims into taking part.

Contact your bank immediately if you submit financial information to the fake website.

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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 any personal information.

You should first ignore these messages and search online for reviews.

Legitimate businesses do not require winners to send money or personal data in order to collect their prizes.