If there wasn’t a financial incentive for this kind of Facebook scam, it wouldn’t happen. Q-Interactive could police its affiliate networks for scammers, if it really wanted to. But that would cut down on leads and cost Q-Interactive money. The fact that these scams are so widespread is proof they’re doing an extremely poor job of that – if they’re even trying at all.
Ticked off about Facebook scams? Blame the companies who profit from them.
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