Facebook Advertises a Scam

Facebook Advertises a Scam September 8, 2013

One of the more irritating features of Facebook these days is the “sponsored post” that appears throughout your news feed. This one from Thursday is really annoying because it’s just a blatant scam, as obvious as Miss Cleo or Benny Hinn. Here’s a screengrab of it:

Facebook Scam

How could anyone take this crap seriously?


Your personal vibration frequency could be the ONE thing holding you back from abundance, happiness and success. Discover how to raise it, so you can finally start living from the vibration of Love or Above.

Whenever you see a phrase like “personal vibration frequency,” you know you’re dealing with some weapons-grade bullshit. And yes, I know that all websites sometimes get ads that are scams, but those are fed by an ad server that you have little control over. This was a sponsored post, so Facebook had to accept it specifically.

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