"Facebook Active user Compensation" Scams

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Facebook users, there is no "Facebook Active user Compensation," therefore, you asked to delete messages which claim that you are winners in such event, grant, promotion, lottery or award. The fake messages are being sent by lottery scammers or thieves who are attempting to trick their potential victims into believing they have won millions of dollars in the so-called "Facebook Active user Compensation" program.

Facebook Active user Compensation Scams
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A Sample of the "Facebook Active user Compensation" Scam

Hello, My name is Consultant Bobby J Steven,

I work for Federal Government grant and Poverty Eradication program. We remember your account name/username on our program list here and your money is available for you to claim, Let us know if you ready to claim the money and You listen and read carefully.

This is an empowerment program set up by the United Nation to help the American ,Australia,Europe communities and other countries around the world affiliated to Facebook Active user Compensation bonus.

Your name was picked randomly as one of the winners of the week. The money giving by the federal government it's not a loan; it's free money giving by the Federal government to help the Chosen Users name...

FILL THE CLAMMING REQUIREMENT, THIS WILL LET US HAVE THE CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR PROFILE WAS ALSO AMONG THE INTEGRATED SYSTEM DRAWN IN ONE MILLION E-MAIL ADDRESS ON FACEBOOK.COM

1 Full Name:

2 Telephone Number:

3 Contact Address:

4 Date of birth :

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  • July 8, 2019 at 6:38 PM by an anonymous user from: Dallas, Texas, United States

    I received this from a friend today using a duplicated profile on Facebook Messenger. I contacted my friend, and blocked the duplicated one.

  • August 12, 2018 at 4:32 PM by info

    Received via email:

    "I was emailed by a U.N.O empowerment scheme regarding Facebook Active user compensation bonus scheme that I was one of the star winner, and I won some money The Officer was Paul Crowley."

    • August 14, 2018 at 2:44 PM by an anonymous user from: Pomona, California, United States

      I received a message from a new "friend" saying my name was on the list. I posted the above notice to her page AND mine to let people know...

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