Allowing a malicious application access to your Facebook account will put you at risk of getting scammed or having your Facebook account banned. This is because, the application will be able to retrieve your name, profile pictures, username, user ID (account number), networks, info you choose to make publicly available and will allow itself to post things to your Facebook Timeline or Wall
This is the information scammers and other cyber-criminals need in order to carry out their illegal activities.
This is how the application is posted on a Facebook Wall or Timeline
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