Beware of Hoax - "This Baby Got In Terrible Care Accident and His Parents Dont Have the Money"
Feb 20, 2014 at 9:24 AM
If you asked to “like”, comment on, or share the distasteful Facebook post: “This baby got in a terrible care accident and his parents dont have the money to support the surgery,” please do not, because it is a despicable hoax used by scammers to trick Facebook users into “liking”, sharing, or commenting on a Facebook page, in order to make the page popular.
Please continue reading below.
The Facebook Hoax
This baby got in a terrible care accident And his parents dont have the money to support the surgery so facebook an CNN are willing the pay half the expenses , facebook is donating every like
1 like - 1 $
1 comment - 5$
1 share - 10 $
Like --> Your Smile Turns My Sorrows Into Joy
This hoax is posted on the Facebook page: “Your Smile Turns My Sorrows Into Joy” located at:
I do not recommend “liking”, sharing, or commenting on anything on that Facebook page.
Facebook will not or never donate money based on likes, comments, and shares. This is a sick attempt by the page administrators to exploit a picture only for the sake of getting a lot of likes, therefore making the Facebook page popular.
The baby was not involved in a car accident, but has a condition called Anencephaly, which causes babies to be born with under developed brains and skulls.
Anencephaly is a birth defect that happens very early in pregnancy. It is extremely difficult for the loved ones because mom can carry to full term and have a normal delivery only to face the inevitable hours, sometimes days and sometimes weeks later.in all cases the baby does not survive.
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