"Millions of girls would hack for Mary-Kate Real Celeb". Today this sentence reached new heights when the picture below started circulating around Stardoll blogs:
"Hello, Dear Friend! If you want MKA jacket for free go to this site: stardollreaders.tk and get it!" This was the message that lured hundeds of members to a scam. But how could they believe Stardoll would decide to give them the highly coveted, the jacket people would waste 3 gift codes to get, for free? Well, just take a look at the picture below:
Pretty convincing, huh? It looks like the real Stardoll, with ads included. However, there are some details that show this is a fake:
- Currently Stardoll has 36,257,910 members, not 36,235,668 as the scamming website says.
- If it really was for free, it would not be posted under the Posh24.com banner since it is not about celebrity gossip.
- Instead of the "Log In" button, there is a "Send" button.
- The "Join Now" button takes you to tinypic.com, which means that the whole page is made up of pictures, so it's definitely not Stardoll.
And most important, if the page is hosted on Piczo, .tk or .co.nr it is 100% it is not Stardoll and was user created!
Don't even try to get your MK jacket - this is a total hack!
The user who sent the message, Nojarama, claims to be hacked by grfl6, however it seems pretty weird to me since the girl has only 2 HotBuys, no rares, no DKNY... and no presentation, no best friends, even though her account was made on 2008 and she's Superstar!
Remember: if it's too good to be true, it is not true. Stardoll giving a Real Celeb, more specifically Mary-Kate Olsen item for free? Please. It is the user hack that could have been... and the fact that the message was sent by a "elite" member to fellow "elite" members (many of them who own blogs that could spill the juicy details of this scandal) just made the hack too public to work.