Facebook Porn Spam

Facebook and other social networking sites have always had a problem with porn spam. These  typically come in the form of fake friend invites from, much more often than not, a pretty, partially nude woman.

These invitations introduce Facebook members to pay per view porn websites. That hot girl who wants to be friends with you? She has no interest in your. She just wants your credit card information. Chances are that you won’t even see her on the site. What a double cross!

The vast majority of Facebook porn spam targets men for the simple reason that men tend to consume sex videos at a much higher rate than women. We’re pigs, but we know what we like. Just because they target men, however, does not mean that they don’t end up in the inboxes of female Fb members. Spammers aren’t very particular. They just want to get the message out to as many people as possible. Besides, it’s not like women never watch porn. On average they just don’t do it as much as men. Or maybe they’re just better at finding free porn, secretly watching their boyfriends’ tapes, etc.

If you receive porn spam, then you should report it to Facebook (even if you enjoy the spammer’s content). If spammers get a free pass, then your in box will get stuffed with more hoaxes. Eventually, Fb would become worthless for its intended use.

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~ by facebookhoaxes on June 29, 2010.

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