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Water Cooler Scam ads promoting fake tax breaks prosper on Facebook AMANDA SEITZ and MAE ANDERSON

(AP) -- Hundreds of ads on Facebook promised U.S. homeowners that they were eligible for huge state tax breaks if they installed new solar-energy panels. There was just one catch: None of it was true.

The scam ads used photos of nearly every U.S. governor — and sometimes President Donald Trump — to claim that with new, lucrative tax incentives, people might actually make money by installing solar technology on their homes. Facebook users only needed to enter their addresses, email, utility information and phone number to find out more.

Those incentives don't exist.

While the ads didn't aim to bilk people of money directly — and it wasn't possible to buy solar panels through these ads — they led to websites that harvested personal information that could be used to expose respondents to future come-ons, both scammy and legitimate. It's not clear that the data was actually used in such a manner.

Facebook apparently didn't take action until notified by state-government officials who noticed the ads.

Can someone help me with acai berry trials and scams?

I want to try an acai berry supplement for weight loss. They will send free trials, but want a credit card for shipping. Which one is good? Any information on acai berry supplements or acai berry scams or acai berry free trials is greatly appreciated.


ALERT!!! Total Scam!!!!! I did a trial, and canceled within the specific time as per the instructions, and got up today to find an unauthorized deduction from my bank account. I called, and after 30 min of being on hold, raised ever-lovin' h-e-double


The key for losing weight is easy - eat less and exercise more often - the difficulties appear when we actually try to put that into practice! There are lots of temptations out there aren't there?! The sole method that definitely showed results for me


Acai berries are not proven to provide any kind of weight loss assistance. They neither suppress appetite nor encourage thermogenesis, and therefore really should not even be lumped among diet aids.
Even though it is proven that acai berries contain

Why are acai berry scams STILL being allowed on this site in the form of answers?

There is no credible evidence that acai helps anything. Urging all to click on the abuse button and complain at every acai ad posted as an answer by hoaxing scammers.


Oh but didn't you know, the Acai berry cures Death, Poverty, Excessive flatulance, Ugliness, Impertinance, Loneliness, Bordom, Premature Ejaculation, Teenagers and everything else inbetween!


i dont care if its a scam or not, i hate it how i ask a question and i get all these advertisement "answers"


lmao at the first answer.

but yeah I agree with you. It's because it's so many different accounts are posting. They will keep on popping up...like weeds.