A clever new scheme is making the rounds on Facebook, and it’s very tricky. Scammers post stories that tug at your heartstrings

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as published by Kim Komando


New Facebook scam banks on you sharing a heartbreaking post

KEY TAKEAWAY: The Better Business Bureau (BBB) says once the heartbreaking post gets enough shares, scammers use a bait-and-switch tactic. The lost pet, missing child, or whatever sad story they posted is edited into a deceptive rental ad or sometimes to a link pointing to a survey that guarantees a cash prize.

How to delete a Facebook Page that you have full access to

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as published by the Facebook Help Center

 Facebook – Facebook Help Center

Delete or cancel deletion of your Facebook Page

KEY TAKEAWAY: This is instruction to delete a Facebook page that you have full admin rights to. Deletion is immediate; however, it won’t be permanently deleted until 14 days have passed.

Log into Facebook, then click your profile photo in the top right.

Click See all Profiles, then select the Page you want to switch into.

Click your Page photo in the top right.

Click Settings & privacy, then click Settings.

Click Privacy in the left menu, then click Facebook Page information.

Next to Deactivation and deletion, click View.

Select Delete Page, then click Continue and follow the steps. You may be asked to re-enter your password.

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