Officials warn against Facebook hoax messages

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The message wound up on the radar of the Plaquemines Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, who posted to Facebook asking people to stop sharing the hoax message.

Your account isn't hacked, there are no duplicate friend requests and you did not receive a request from the person you're forwarding it to.

If you think you're a victim of cloning, you should check and see if there is a duplicate of your account.

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Mass cloning scams have occurred recently, as in the summer of 2016, but Facebook officials told WSYR that this most recent viral message does not reflect an actual epidemic of cloned accounts, nor is it related to the data breach that occurred in September. "I actually got another friend request from you yesterday...which I ignored so you may want to check your account..." Nothing. Delete the message and move on. "And you're just making it worse", the Facebook post read. As of now, ignore the "Got Another Friend Request from You" message.

WHEC in NY reports that Facebook told them more accounts are not being hacked; the message is spreading due to a viral chain letter. Hold your finger on the message until the forward button appears, then hit forward and all the people you want to forward to.

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