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  • fpoiela
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    Nothing happened to Facebook over all these years. It remains one of the most successful social media projects of all times. And no matter what people predict, it remains powerful news speed generator and a platform for interaction. Of course, everyone would like some innovations like fonts *********** and other features. And they are gradually being added.
    Last edited by Diana Mayhew; 22 October 2020, 19:23. Reason: Deleted business link

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  • roomtobreathe
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    Re: Debt Collectors Target Facebook

    Oops, just seen this on the AAD news feed

    My wife has hijacked my facebook account so I'm not on there either!

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  • MrsD
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    that's why Dopey has nothing to do with any of em................

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  • Handyman
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    That's why Handy always uses an Alias and a different email addy for Face Book.

    Linkedin is also a good source of information for the professional
    types. I have tracked several bad guys down on there.

    Regards, Handy

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  • BBoo
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    A lot of organisations use the social networking sites as one of their first port of calls nowadays. Anyone involved in fraud investigation for any business will tell you that. It's a place people frequently let their guard down, and it's surprising how easy it is to track people through there.

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  • roomtobreathe
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    Debt Collectors Target Facebook

    Surprised I am not!

    BBC News - Debt collectors target Facebook to get money back

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