Facebook Account Cancellation Request Malicious Emails
Oct 29, 2014
Jan 31, 2013
If you receive any Facebook account cancellation request e-mail messages, please do not click on any of the links in these messages. These fake e-mail messages are malicious and if you click on any of the links in them, you will be taken to a malicious website that will infect your computer with malware.
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The Malicious Email: Facebook Account Cancellation Request
We are sending you this email to inform you that we have received an account cancellation request from you.
Please follow the link below to confirm or cancel this request
The Facebook Team
To confirm or cancel this request, follow the link below:
Facebook will never send you an account cancellation request via e-mail. If you want to deactivate your Facebook account, please click on or go to, the following link:
Facebook states that:
"Deactivating your account will disable your profile and remove your name and picture from most things you've shared on Facebook. Some information may still be visible to others, such as your name in their friends list and messages you sent."
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