Here’s The Reason Why You Shouldn’t Type “Amen” On A Facebook Post
What could be wrong with typing “Amen”? Nothing, I thought, until a friend cautioned me about the outcomes of doing such. I decided to share this information to my readers.
If you are a regular Facebook user and someone who feels sympathy for the suffering of others, you have always noticed those publications that make statements like “I know you won’t ‘Like’ this photo because I’m sick” or “Type ‘Amen’ to heal me.”
I was one of those individuals who felt pitiful when seeing the “Keep strolling if you’re heartless” types of posts until a friend alerted me to the scam behind it.
There is no life that can be saved with a “Like” or sickness that can be relieved by typing “Amen”: you’re doing this to show your support. But, despite your great intent, by doing that you’re likely to help Facebook spammers to make some easy money.
These types of manipulative posts are intended to trick or exploit individuals into liking, sharing, or commenting, which thusly results in the page accumulating supporters. The creators of the page then spread malevolent publicity, viruses, and scams. They also keep your data and know where you live, your date of birth, and your email, which could be used to hack your account.
At the point when you share these posts, you’re actually doing genuine damage by increasing their popularity. Because when this happens, the page creator earns money using a stolen picture of a suffering creature or a sick child whose family has no clue it’s being used.
So next time you feel bad for not sharing one of these posts on your wall, remember that your “Like” and “Amen” won’t spare any lives. It will just just a lot of heartless individuals fill their pockets.
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