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If it seems too good to be true, don't trust it.
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There is a simple test to make sure you are looking at a post or comment made by our official, trusted Facebook account rather than an impostor: Hover your mouse over the user name and look for the blue check mark.
Tip: Hover over the blue check mark icon as well to be absolutely confident! A scammer could Photoshop a blue check mark onto their cover photo. The real icon will pop up the message Verified page when you mouse over it:
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