TULSA - The scheme is mainly appearing on Facebook urging people to follow links to claim a free pair of UGG boots.
Those links lead to Facebook look-alike pages where people are asked to "like", "share" with friends and give over personal information.
UGG is not the only name being thrown around. Similar fraudulent offers have used the Toms Shoes name and logo.
These types of "offers" are generally used to mine people's information so it can be packaged and sold to marketers or even crooks looking for people to target.
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