BEWARE! Milk Bone MaroSnacks Dog Treats Sample
If you’ve seen the Milk Bone MaroSnacks dog treats sample going around, please don’t fall for it! Because, it’s a google form (anyone can create them). It’s got a spam popup after submit, and it’s just not going to come. The only thing you’ll get is a lot of spam.
If you want to request this one, this is a PERFECT Time to use a secondary or throw-away email address to protect yourself.
- Before you head over to request a Milk Bone MaroSnacks dog treats be sure to read our findings.
- Milk-Bone MaroSnacks Dog Treats Free Samplewith Real Bone Marrow and Calcium. Only available for a limited time while supplies last. No purchase necessary. Sample size is 15 oz.
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- Spam popup after submit (an unrelated offer pops up and wants you to fill it out. The scammers get PAID when you do! They’re tricking you into making them money.
- After submitting you’ll see this:Milk-Bone MaroSnacks Dog Treats Free SampleAdditional steps are required to complete your Milkbone sample request, please click the following link to continue:
This page is in Russian language (view source and you’ll see <html lang=”ru“>)
- Form is a Google form – anyone can make a Google form!
- We searched Google for a legitimate website that might be linking to the Google form (because, that does happen) and none can be found in this case.
This is not a legit offer; it is spam. STEER CLEAR! To stay safe we highly recommend that you read our Big List of Fakes and learn how to protect yourself on every single freebie you sign up for.
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