How to deal with scammers on Facebook

 
How to deal with scammers on Facebook
Frank Flemming Jensen immediately became suspicious when a woman named Sandra Jones wrote "Hello beautiful" to him on Facebook, writes the Danish news outlet Metro Express.

But Frank decided play the game, and replied with a "Hello." Then he continues to answer this 'Sandra Jones,' who most likely is a fake profile and really could be anyone, with the lyrics from the Adele song "Hello".

- It came naturally. I had just heard "Hello" on the radio when I got the message, says Frank to Metro Express.

"Sandra" starts asking for money for a ticket so she can come visit him, but eventually "she" realises that Frank is just kidding, becomes furious and calls him "asshole" and "son of a bitch," before threatening his life.

Frank took a screenshot of the conversation and posted it on Facebook, and the post was later picked up by several Danish newspapers.

- It was very satisfactory! I screamed with laughter over the person who desperately tried to lure money from me, says Frank.

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