Sexiest chat request
With the little information provided in the profile below, it’s not a surprise that mostly men approved this fake girl’s friend request.
If the user is just a typical girl or guy next door, it’s more likely you’ll friend them.
If the user hasn’t published photos of themselves then they should have at least been tagged by someone else.
Love it or hate it, getting tagged in a photo is a standard part of the experience on Facebook.
While we all enjoy having attractive friends, if you don’t know the person who just friended you and they are extremely attractive, there’s a good chance that “friend” isn’t a real person.
The worst offense of fake profile creators is not just that they use images of attractive women most of the time, but often times the image is of a celebrity.
The person filming the live stream will then recieve a notification, asking whether they accept the request.
If they accept, you will be added into the live stream within seconds, with a split screen showing both you and your friend.
Whether that’s because scammers have just become lazy, or Facebook’s increased crackdown on fake profiles scared off the true scam artists, bare minimum profiles have become a standard. It means they look like they just signed up for Facebook and have liked only a couple of things. The creator of the profile put in the bare minimum effort to make the user look legitimate.Some spammers have no fear on Facebook and instead opt to generate thousands of Facebook profiles, friend hundreds of thousands of people, and post the same status updates to all of the profiles.That was exactly what happened in November of last year when an adult dating site decided to spam Facebook with profiles, each of which had a status update similar to the following one: While many of the profiles were quickly removed, the spammer behind the profile spam got pretty far before anybody called attention to it.The feature follows the 'Go Live With' feature, which was introduced in October.Friends can follow the conversation with their own messages and emoji.