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Beware of Fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook Pages Created by Scammers

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Beware of Fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook Pages Created by Scammers

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Beware of fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook pages created by scammers to encourage Facebook users to "like," share or comment on, by typing "Amen" or some other comments to give thanks. Facebook users who follow the instructions in the posts on the fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook pages, run the risk of, scammers collecting and using their publicly available Facebook information in scams, or being placed on spamming lists.

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One of the Fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook Pages

Fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook Pages

One of the fake TB Joshua Ministries Facebook pages is located at:

  • https://www.facebook.com/ TBJscoanministries

While the legitimate TB Joshua Ministries Facebook page is located at:

This collecting of information by scammers is another like-farming, data mining or information-mining scam that we have seen before, which collects Facebook users' publicly available information for scammers and spammers. Once scammers have gotten a hold of the information, they will use it to make their scams more convincing to their potential victims, by referring to them by their names and providing them with information that they think only people that they know, would know.

For the spammers, users’ information is like gold. They will continuously send unsolicited messages and emails to their victims. So, Facebook users should be careful of what they like, share and comment on.

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  • Aug 31, 2015 at 10:33 AM by an anonymous user from Preston, England, United Kingdom

    Thank you very much. Fraudsters are heartless and shameless,your information did helped me a lot,and I don't know who to trusted any more. My bad experience led me to not trust no one. The fraudsters are so clever and tricky,I hope this information would help a lot.

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