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==Explanation==
 
==Explanation==
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[[Cueball]] is sitting in a nice sports car, and his (Cueball-like) friend asks when he got it. It turns out it was bought as a prize supposed to be delivered to the 100,000,000th visitor to his company's website. But the user did not react to the notice on the page about the prize, '''even though it was flashing'''.
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[[Cueball]] is sitting in a nice sports , and his (Cueball-like) friend asks when he got it. It turns out it was bought as a prize supposed to be delivered to the 100,000,000th visitor to his company's website. But the user did not react to the notice on the page about the prize, '''even though it was flashing'''.
  
 
A well-known type of Internet scam tries to trick the reader into thinking that they've won a prize, often in the form of an annoying flashy ad banner (e.g. "'''You're our <span style="color: green;">100,000,000th</span> visitor!!! Click [[Special:Random|here]] to claim a <span style="color: red;">FREE</span> Ferrari!'''"). A typical {{w|clickbait}}.
 
A well-known type of Internet scam tries to trick the reader into thinking that they've won a prize, often in the form of an annoying flashy ad banner (e.g. "'''You're our <span style="color: green;">100,000,000th</span> visitor!!! Click [[Special:Random|here]] to claim a <span style="color: red;">FREE</span> Ferrari!'''"). A typical {{w|clickbait}}.

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