From BitDefender's Malware City Blog:
New Facebook Scam plays the double bait game: an MJ tribute page hosts three survey scams claiming to reward respondents with free gadgets: iPads and Dell computers.
August 29 is an emotional time for Michael Jackson fans. It's the star's birthday and those who loved and admired him will naturally look for a way to express their regret, pay tribute to his memory or even ...wish him "happy birthday!" (after all, MJ will always live in their hearts).
As you all know, Facebook scammers are ready to crash any "party" that's likely to bring together thousands of people. So, here they are, proud creators of the "I love Michael Jackson" Facebook page that's already lured almost 25,000 people into the trap. [Screenshot]
Innocent until proven guilty, say you? That's right. And if proof is what you need, just take a look at the left hand side column under the page's profile picture. Exhibit A: "get a free iPad", Exhibit B: "get a free Dell". We won't bother about the "Facebook survey", as its competition is very much likely to kills its chances of success. We'll cut the "pick and choose" process even shorter as, given the recent buzz about Steve Jobs' resignation, iPad sounds very, very good. Social engineering, perhaps. Yeah, maybe a little.
Continued : http://www.malwarecity.com/blog/stay-away-from-free-giveaways-on-mjs-birthday-1124.html