Fact ChecksFraud & Scams
Facebook ads falsely claimed that some allegations against Dolly Parton had been confirmed.
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Online ads claimed that Elon Musk and Tesla endorsed Power Saver Pro or Pro Power Saver which supposedly were electricity-saving devices that could reduce utility bills by up to 90 percent.
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An Ulta Beauty email scam promised users they had won a $500 gift card.
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A FedEx email scam for a package delivery notification said your package is held in our warehouse.
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A scam Facebook page named Groceries today said that Walmart was giving away a $500 store credit.
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If a phone call, text message, or email says that you have won the Mega Millions lottery jackpot and asks for a fee to claim the prize, it's a scam.
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An unsolicited email scam from a suspicious email address not associated with Marquis Who's Who says "you have been selected" to be included in the annual publication, "Who's Who in America."
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Facebook or Instagram posts promising How To Buy SpaceX Stock Before It Goes Public are scams and are not legit.
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Ree Drummond aka The Pioneer Woman never endorsed Condor CBD Gummies or any other kind of CBD gummies product.
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A crypto scam on the Meta platform Facebook asked for donations for Ukraine and had the page name Crypto.com/Nft.
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The someone tried to log in to your account Facebook email scam.
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Money, Dollar, Person
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It's false to say that Biden and Congress passed a stimulus for homeowners like Facebook ads claimed whether 3600 $3,600 or another amount.
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Person, Human, Beverage
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red cross home testing
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Lowe's storefront, Indianapolis
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