Fake Meta Profiles on Facebook Stealing User Data

 Facebook users are being targeted by a new scam that involves fake verified profiles impersonating as Meta and stealing users' data.

 The scam works by sending out friend requests to unsuspecting Facebook users and then posing as a verified profile for Meta, the new parent company of Facebook.

The fake profiles claim to be part of a new program that gives users access to exclusive content, but instead, they steal users' personal information.

The scam has already affected thousands of Facebook users, with many falling victim to the fake profiles and having their data stolen.

Facebook has issued a warning to its users about the scam and is urging them to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity.

The social media giant has also stated that it is working to remove any fake profiles that are impersonating as Meta and is taking steps to prevent this type of scam from happening in the future.

Experts say that this scam highlights the need for users to be more cautious when accepting friend requests and to be wary of any requests from unfamiliar or suspicious profiles.

They also advise users to be mindful of the information they share online and to use strong passwords and two-factor authentication to protect their accounts.

The Facebook scam is just one of many online scams that are designed to steal users' personal data, and it serves as a reminder of the importance of cybersecurity in today's digital age.