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Facecrooks.com: Fighting FB Scammers One Post at a Time

Their tagline says it all -- Facecrooks is THE social media watchdog.

Source: Facecrooks website

Been a fervent follower of this site for months now, ever since being introduced to it by Sir Sonnie Santos.  If like me, you've always wondered if those ads on Facebook are legit, then this is the site for you.

The Facecrooks website details relevant news related to social media networking sites (mainly Facebook), and even outs those spams and scams one sees on FB at a regular basis.  They warn people of potential risks and viruses and the like.  As the saying goes "knowledge is power."

I applaud this site for being so proactive, most especially at this day and age where almost everyone is "connected".

So please be informed.  Drop by www.facecrooks.com and try to be aware of what's going on in our digital lives.  Do not become the next scam victim.

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  1. oh, thanks! got to know about this through your post.

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  2. This is cool! Definitely will visit this site! Thanks for the info!

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  3. THanks for sharing this. I never knew there was such a thing as Facecrooks. We definitely have to take the bull by the horns with the issue of online scammers.

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