Facebook account hacked - BlabbermouthAZ

This morning, my Facebook account was hacked. The hacker, pretending to be me, instant messages my friends telling them I’ve been mugged in London and need money wired immediately. This isn’t true, of course. I have no access to my Facebook account for now. If any of you knows someone at Facebook who can help, please put them in touch with me.

Needless to say, if anyone ever asks you for money over the internet, even if it is a friend, you should be very suspicious. If it’s real, the person should have another way to communicate it to you. Here’s a link to an article with details on this particular scam.

Tons have been calling me today to make sure I’m okay. I’m fine, thanks for your concern. I may have to recreate my Facebook account or rebuild my friends list, so look for a friend request from me in the near future (hopefully “near” future).

The best response of all came from my 13-year-old nephew who, while chatting with the hacker, said, “Uncle Jeff, I say this with all respect, F**K YOU WE KNOW ABOUT THE SCAM MOTHER F**KER.”

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  • Back on Facebook as of Friday 8/28 at 10:30 am. Some of my “friends” have been deleted. Send me a friend request if we’ve lost each other.

  • Happened to me too! I have since then reported it to the FBI, a few friends of mine played along and traced them back to Cali! So irritating. Thankfully none of our friends fell for it. The worst part is they have HORRIBLE grammar! If someone actually thought that was me I think I would give my diploma back to the Cronkite School!

  • Bummer…. I know, it sucked. They’re so mean. Look, they’ll even pull the scam on an old lady NUN! http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/33189545#33189545

  • Find out what keywords are increasingly being searched one of the most each month in Google and Yahoo, then seek to optimize for the children (or perhaps the less competitive terms when it makes sense).


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