[ROVERNET - UK] Facebook Rover group

Eric Russell p6rovers at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 19 23:37:35 GMT 2007

Just a caution.
On a TV program we saw, yesterday, it seems that some
credit card scammers have gone to Facebook or a site
like facebook, downloaded pictures of people, and used
their birth dates, addresses, and names, to produce
fake drivers' licences for use with fake credit cards.

Our Rovernet is heavy with security but no faces. 
However, there is a Yahoo group website where people
could do all that (if they obtained a Yahoo free email
account).  However, all such info is still inn the
public domain.

Paranoid due to constant flow of spam email, lottery
win, Nigerian money laundering schemes from many 2nd
and 3rd world countries, pharmacy related, etc, etc.


--- Kent Kinard <kentkinard at verizon.net> wrote:

> Hi Netters,
> Has anyone in the group had much experience with
> Facebook?  My older 
> son, the software engineer, suggested forming a
> Rover group on Facebook 
> to facilitate posting pictures, etc.  Would there be
> any advantage over 
> what we already have?
> In case I don't post again before then, Merry
> Christmas to all.
> Roverly,
> Kent K.
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