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Once Facebook shows you a targeted ad, it should be safe to assume it's not a scam. As long as the ad isn't promoting an illegal venture, it can make it through the vetting process.

If you see a targeted ad promoting a get-rich-quick scheme, your best move is to just pass it by.

Here are some suggestions that will help: Another like-farming scam going around now is an urgent message warning people not to take a certain medication.

You might see a "Suggested Post" on your News Feed that promotes Binary Options, a get rich quick scheme.Here's an example of what it looks like: These Binary Option schemes claim to have the secret to getting rich from certain stock investments.The message then says if you are the original owner of the account, you need to re-confirm its details to avoid having it blocked.If you do not click on the link within the message, Facebook's system will block your account and you will never be able to use it again. Do not click on the link within the message, it's a hoax.It keeps track if you click "like" on something, or tag photos from specific locations and uses this information for marketing purposes.

What's happening now is, work-from-home scams are showing up on News Feeds that look like legitimate businesses.

Next, consider how far away the moon is from the Earth: 240,000 miles.

Since the alleged moon landings, no country even claims to have gone more than 400 miles from Earth and that was in the Space Shuttle.

The person who created the post on Facebook gets paid a commission when they get new users to sign-up.

The problem with these ads is many people believe they are real business models because Facebook allows them on your News Feed.

They say the spacecraft separated and two astronauts flew 60 miles to the surface of the moon, in a vacuum and 1/6 Earth gravity.