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Beware of "Facebook Research Project Participants Needed" Scams

Facebook users, beware of "Facebook Research Project Participants Needed" scams allegedly from Quantum Media, The Budget Friendly Fashion Bible, and other companies, whose names are probably being used by scammers or con artists without their knowledge or consent in fake advertisements. Their advertisements are looking for Facebook accounts for them to run their advertisements on, and they allegedly do marketing for a company called The Budget Friendly Fashion Bible.
Beware of "Facebook Research Project Participants Needed" Scams
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Beware of "Facebook Research Project Participants Needed" Scams


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Beware of "Facebook Research Project Participants Needed" Scams

Facebook users, beware of "Facebook Research Project Participants Needed" scams allegedly from Quantum Media, The Budget Friendly Fashion Bible, and other companies, whose names are probably being used by scammers or con artists without their knowledge or consent in fake advertisements. Their advertisements are looking for Facebook accounts for them to run their advertisements on, and they allegedly do marketing for a company called The Budget Friendly Fashion Bible.

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DO NOT PARTICIPATE! The company DOES NOT pay. They will run their advertisements on your page, connect to your account multiple times, and when you inquire about payment, they will make up new "participation rules" and/or not respond.

Avoid Angie Anottacelli,/Angela Bryce and Sawyer Winston at ALL costs! Their company goes by the name of Quantum Media. Angie's number is "show contact info," so if you see her number advertised anywhere on Craigslist BEWARE!

Google "Quantum Media" and "Angie Bryce", and see the complaints of non-payment on Facebook and other websites.

I am speaking from personal experience, and I can provide countless unanswered emails to Angie and Sawyer, as well as screen shots of text messages from Angie to anyone that wants proof.

BEWARE of those scam artists!

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