My aunt, who’s 73, friended me on Facebook. But not only is she already my friend, but has 2 other accounts (no profile pic)? Are they fake?
I assume her only REAL page is the one where I’m friends with her (she has a profile pic). But on the other two where we have several mutual friends, she has no profile pic (aside from a cover photo on one of the pages), as well as the photo-less friend request I received from her today.
FYI - on her real page where we’re friends, she’s friends with one of her fake profiles. Should I report all three pages, or is the one where she’s friends with herself, really her page?
- 3 days ago
actually you need to be careful who you accepting as friends on FB because if your aunt has 1 account and other are unknown doesnt have no photos pictures or information that look like remade has no informations on it that theyre fakes and doesnt belong to your aunt. more likely they are using by hackers . be careful with that that like not only you accepting their add as new friends also stealing your info and hack you to steal your password and your user names . your aunt is too old for having facebook . facebook has age's rules about able to sign up . maybe your aunt doesnt have a accout real one . i would make sure you ask her by on phone ask her if she own or have a account if not then can be 3 fakes hackers who stolen her information by credit cards or bank accounts.
- galaxydreamerLv 54 weeks ago
You maybe should look into how her health and wellbeing is,1 of my nephew's has 5 account,he has not saved the passwords or written them down,so when he is on the booze he cannot remember the passwords,so opens up another account,and when the booze has worn off,he does not remember the passwords of that account,so is she on medication or memory slipping,so definitely see how her health is.
- StevenLv 44 weeks ago
I think a Facebook profile has created mistakenly, but now she wants to use it or her profile pic account blocked by Facebook. There are many cases for creating multiple accounts, so you have to discuss with Aunt.
- ProfGene.TogolotLv 74 weeks ago
When a friend you have in your lists attempts to friend you it is most often a scam which goes like this. The new fake friend will message you and try to get you to send them money for some bogus reason. Just to be sure you can ask her if she sent another request.
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- RichardLv 64 weeks ago
Ask her, not us
- ∅Lv 74 weeks ago
call her and ask.
- DanielLv 71 month ago
The only way to find out would be to Ask your Aunt I Doubt she would have 3 Pages but you never know
- i + iLv 71 month ago
She may have been hacked... I get
friend requests all the time from fake
accounts that are clones of friends or
family members who are not careful.
You could report them all, but I think
you should first contact your aunt
directly (in person, phone, or email)
and ask her if she is aware of this.
- MurzyLv 71 month ago
She may have started them by mistake.