Facebook Hoax: Looks like I won't be going to work EVER!!! Share this photo and I will give a random person 1 million dollars!

Posted on: May 23, 2013 8:50 AM - Viewed: 2,707 times
Facebook Hoax: Looks like I won't be going to work EVER!!! Share this photo and I will give a random person 1 million dollars!

Nolan Daniels, a Facebook user posted a photo of man or himself holding a fake Powerball winning lottery ticket, claiming that if you share the photo, you will stand a chance of winning one million dollars from his winnings. This is a resurrected hoax and is spreading on Facebook once more. In 2012, approximately half million Facebook users shared this hoax in the hope of winning a million dollars as promised by the hoax.

Here is a copy of the Facebook hoax

Looks like I won't be going to work EVER!!! Share this photo and I will give a random person 1 million dollars!

Looks like I won't be going to work EVER!!! Share this photo and I will give a random person 1 million dollars! POWER BALL

This is a prank that Nolan Daniels played on his friends using his Facebook account, while Lottery officials were waiting for the winners of the Powerball lottery draw in November 2012. He did this to fool them into believing he was one of the winners.

This resurrected hoax has already being shared by 2,324 Facebook users.

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  • Posted: Oct 22, 2013 ago by info:

    It is hard to police the internet because it is easy for scammers to setup shop anywhere in world. Cybercrimals can easily move from location to another in a few seconds. ~


  • Posted: Oct 22, 2013 ago by an anonymous user from Vancouver, Washington, United States:

    so why doesnt Facebook keep it off,seems if your smart enough to know it's fake you should be smart enough to figure it out,maybe even use some of them Billions on it,or give it to the needy if you can't ~