False warnings not to accept friend requests from Facebook hacker Andrea Wilson that spread in November 2017 are based on legitimate threats.
A fake Costco coupon for $41 off a $50 purchase began circulating on Facebook in October 2017.
An anonymous user posted the so-called Antifa Manual on 4chan; it appears to be a joke but there’s no way to confirm that.
False warnings not to accept anything from Facebook hacker Fabrizio Brambilla surfaced in August 2017 and weren’t connected to a legitimate threat.
A story about a 14 year old boy shot six times by his stepfather on Facebook is an example of a sick child hoax used by scammers.
A baseless warning that clicking on a video called “popcorn carnival” or “carnival of the popcorn” on WhatsApp will destroy users phones has gone viral.
A fake offer for 5,000 Kroger fuel points that surfaced on social media in July 2017 is part of a like-farming scam.
False claims that Delta Airlines was giving away free tickets from July 2017 were part of a survey scam and should not be trusted.
ANTIFA didn’t sabotage emergency services by cutting fiber optic cables, those claims came from an imposter Twitter account that spreads misinformation.
A new SnapChat feature that shares users’ locations with friends that have been given permission to view it has caused safety concerns.