Do Not Accept a Friend Request – Facebook Hacker: Fact Check

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Do Not Accept a Friend Request – Facebook Hacker


Facebook Friend Request can be a Hacker Attempt!

Do not accept a friend request from a Christopher Davies and Jessica Davies they are hackers. Tell every 1 on your list because if somebody on your list adds him, he’ll be on your list too. He’ll figure out ur computer’s id and address , so copy & paste this message to everyone even if u don’t care
Thanks for the warning, pass it on

Other Versions

1. PB: Beware!!! Do not accept a friend request from Tanner Dwyer, christopher butterfield, stefania colac and Alejando Spiljner. These are hackers so put it on your wall. If someone add’s them they take your contacts, empty your computer and addresses, so copy and paste this on your wall.

2. Warning!!!!! Do Not Accept Friend Requests From ~~~ Bobby Roberts ~~~ Profile Picture is Four Colored Picture ~~ a Hacker and Fake Name!!!! The Name Will Destroy Everything!!! Please… Copy This Text on Your Status So That Your Friends Are Warned ****************** Pass on Along..

3. Attention !!! Attention All Facebook Users**… Do Not Add *jason Allen*, Also if Somebody Called *amy Allen* Adds You, Don’t Accept… It is a Virus. Tell Everybody, Because if Somebody on Your List Adds Them, You Get the Virus Too. **copy and Paste and Please Re Post*
This Has Been Confirmed by Facebook and Snopes

4. Don’t add anyone named Rehana n 27 years from Leicister .she is a hacker. Tell everyone on your buddy list because if someone on your buddy list adds her, she’ll be on your list too. She’ll figure out your computer ID and address. So copy and paste this message to everyone on your buddy list because if she hacks them your next. I sent to everyone on my list so please send to everyone on your list.

5. Be careful: I got a message from you or it shown on your wall here.. Please tell all the contacts in your messenger list not to accept friendship request from Andrea Wilson. She is a hacker and has the system connected to your Facebook account. If one of your contacts accepts it, you will also be hacked, so make sure that all your friends know it. Thanks. Forwarded as received.
Hold your finger down on the message. At the bottom in the middle it will say forward. Hit that then click on the names of those in your list and it will send to them THIS Is REAL

Fact Check:

Messages circulating on Facebook warn people of Christopher and Jessica Davies, that they are hackers who are gaining access to people’s computers by simply fooling them into accepting their friend requests. The message also suggests that if you accept their friend request and add them as a “friend” on your contact list, you are giving away the hackers the access to your computer and also that of everyone else on your friend list. Such a hacking is not possible, the warning is a hoax.

Facebook Friend Request Hacker Attempt?

It is a fact that hackers generally do employ variety of ways to trick users and gain access to their computers, but even the best of hackers cannot control your computer just because you have accepted his friend request on Facebook. For hacking to take place, there should be some kind of exchange of data/information or file transfer. These messages have been circulating in various versions actually, both in text and graphic versions, ever since Facebook networking became popular; and some of these even claimed you will get a virus if you add friend request of a particular person (hacker) on Facebook. Again, this is not possible.

Note, the false warning messages are doing rounds online since many years with various ‘Hacker’ names like Christopher Davies, Tanner Dwyer, Bobby Roberts and Andrea Wilson. These messages appear to originate from some pranksters. Facebook users must note that hoaxers like these will generally use ALL CAPS message with lots of exclamation points, and to add credibility to their message, they will also say it is confirmed by Facebook.


So whatever the hacker names and claims of threat, one cannot hack your computer or spread virus when you simply accept his friend request on Facebook. Users need not take these warning messages seriously. You can discard them and not share/forward to others. In case you are worried about your Facebook security, in our article you can learn how to prevent hacking and enjoy a healthy networking

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