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Deceptive Advertisement - "New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are?"

If the advertisement below: "New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are?" shows up on your Facebook Wall, Timeline, News Feed, or anywhere else while you are browsing the internet, please do not click on it. This is because the application mentioned in the advertisement currently does not exists and clicking on the advertisement will only take you to the Google Play store to download some other application that has not nothing to do with the claim made by the advertisement.
Deceptive  Advertisement - "New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are?"
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Deceptive Advertisement - "New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are?"


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Deceptive  Advertisement - "New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are?"

If the advertisement below: "New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are?" shows up on your Facebook Wall, Timeline, News Feed, or anywhere else while you are browsing the internet, please do not click on it. This is because the application mentioned in the advertisement currently does not exists and clicking on the advertisement will only take you to the Google Play store to download some other application that has not nothing to do with the claim made by the advertisement.

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The Deceptive Advertisement

For the first time ever... an app will let you know EXACTLY where ALL your friends are with one tap on your phone. Click here to download the FREE app now!

New App Knows Where All Your Friends Are

play.google.com

The advertisement is a marketing trick used by the people behind it to make their Android app popular by driving traffic to it, since they know that people will be curious to use the app or see how an application like that works, and if it actually works.

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