A Ray-Ban Sunglasses Scam
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This is continuation of the resumption long-established abuse of compromised social media accounts to post fake ads, or ads for fake goods. Over the years we have seen Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other online platforms abused to post ads for various footwear brands (notably Adidas and UGG), medications, and Ray Bans, among many other things.
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