Apple fans looking to get their hands on an iPad should be wary of Web sites advertising free iPads, according to KOMO News
These scams pop up on Facebook, twitter and via e-mail, often with a link to a Web site claiming you can get a free iPad if you become a beta tester. After you've tested the iPad for two weeks, you're allowed to keep it. But here's the catch: the Web site asks for your e-mail, password and e-mail provider.
Once scammers get your e-mail and password, they can use that to access other personal information.
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