Does Facebook plan to charge users $ 9 as a "gold subscription" to keep their accounts private?
Of course not.
The popular social network is not meant to charge its members.
But the scammers claim something else:
It is official! It has been published in the media. Facebook has just announced an entry fee: 5.99 XNUMX to keep your status private.
If you paste this message on your page, it is offered for free, if not tomorrow, all your publications will be public. Even deleted messages or photos you have forbidden them to appear. After all, it costs nothing for a simple copy and paste.
No, a "simple copy and paste" costs nothing more than filling Facebook with fake news.
Facebook, of course, never threatened anyone (even asking for ransom) to show his hidden publications to the general public. Equally, Mark Zuckerberg's CEO has said the service will always be free of charge.
So if you find yourself in front of such a message, it would be good to copy and paste it, delete it or report it.
Copying and pasting does not make any sense, except that the farcaster might see his message spreading and laughing.
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