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Fake News - "New Hacker on Facebook Offensive Phrase Between Comments" is a Prank or Hoax - Do Not Share

2017-11-28T17:43:20 -  +
Fake News - "New Hacker on Facebook Offensive Phrase Between Comments" is a Prank or Hoax - Do Not Share

Facebook users are asked NOT to post, share, like or comment on messages similar to the one below, which claim that there is a new hack on Facebook that allows a hacker to post offensive phrases between comments that they canโ€™t see. This is because there is no such Facebook hack. The message or post is prank or hoax created by sociopaths or psychopaths only to frighten Facebook users into spamming their friends by sharing the fake messages with them.

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This prank is similar to the "New Hack on Facebook" pranks that started a few years ago, and every year the pranksters slightly modify the message and start the process all over again. Have you ever wonder why no security software company, or even Facebook, has come forward to warn Facebook users about such so-called hack. Well, this is because such hack doesn’t exist. This is why it is important that Facebook users and others verify news sources before posting, sharing, liking, or commenting on certain messages.

The "New Hacker on Facebook Offensive Phrase Between Comments" Prank

How sad and disgusting ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜• what's going on... plus the porn video, there's a new hacker on Facebok! It comes out between the comments of your contacts with an offensive phrase on your part.

It's very ugly and it looks like it came out of your profile. You don't see it ๐Ÿ˜” but your friends do. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ This can create offenses and misunderstandings.

New Hacker on Facebook Offensive Phrase Between Comments

I want to tell ALL my contacts, if anything offensive comes from my profile, it's not coming from me. Above all, I ask kindly that you inform me. ๐Ÿ˜ถ

Thank you!

Copy and paste so you don't incur the risk of losing some friends.

Facebook users who have already posted, shared, liked or commented on the fake message, are asked to remove them, to help stop them from spreading to users. Facebook users who need help removing the message, can click here for help.

Remember, the internet is filled with criminals, sociopaths, and psychopaths whose jobs are to rob the citizens of the internet and make their lives difficult; like living in the real or physical world is not already hard.

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