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Avoiding Friend Spam on Facebook

Written on August 31, 2010 by Japhet Writ

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With Facebook on the top of the echelon, it's no wonder why many spammers get online connection on the social network. You may have one friendly spammer on your account, so beware.

Because Facebook is so popular, it’s a no-brainer that fake accounts are just lurking inside the network for your online friendship. Read on to get some tips on how to avoid friend spam on Facebook.

1. See your friend’s recent activity. When you receive a friend’s request, and you’re not sure if it’s for real, check the person’s recent activity first. If they’ve added an excessive amount of friends just a few days back, there’s a big chance that the person on the other end is a spammer.

2. See your common friends. Facebook helps you out in letting you know who else is friends with somebody else. If your friend approved a request from someone you don’t know, send them a message first to find out who’s asking for your permission. Perhaps, your friend can give a background information, or they just added him or her by chance.

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