A friend of mine shared this post to alert her friends that it was a big old fake and I thought I would share it with you as well. It claims that if you type the @ symbol in the comments and click to highlight, you'll see who's always checking your profile.
I've alerted my readers over and over and over again about these lost dog scams the fakers keep posting over and over again in groups. These could be neighborhood groups, for sale groups, for rent groups, or any other online community.
I came across a heartless Facebook scam shared in a community group. It claims that someone has found a lost child and is accompanied by a picture of a distressed-looking toddler.
Is this Facebook settlement for real?
A friend of mine shared this scam on social media recently. The post claimed that a well-known sewing machine company had a bunch of slightly blemished sewing machines that they were giving away to someone who shared the post.
I've warned you recently that scammers are increasingly targeting groups with their garbage, and here's a fine example of their dirty work.
We've got a couple of new twists on the same old Facebook scams.
Watch out for this rental scam
Another day, another twist on Facebook scams. This one attempts to trick you into signing up for a fraudulent bank account or health insurance service.
Another day, Another Facebook coupon scam. This one came in the form of a message from a relative. It claims that Kroger is giving way a $150 coupon to everyone.