Recently, fake Facebook pages have been added on behalf of large companies in Kosovo to damage the image and deceit of the citizens.
The purpose of these people is to create a Facebook audience through fraud on behalf of some companies. In order to raise awareness and inform citizens to avoid and not fall prey to these scams we have designed steps to identify fake accounts.
One of the Facebook pages that resembles Neptune Kosova has published an ‘alleged’ article about 3X IPHONE 11 PRO, 2X HP Pavilion Laptop, 1X Samsung Refrigerator and all you have to do to “win” these prizes is to comment and share the post. And you may come across other similar articles often lately.
How to identify fake pages:
To build a safer cyber environment, it is preferable to report suspicious pages. Simplified procedure of how you can report a Facebook page claiming to be someone else (fake pages)
1. Click on the page profile
2. Click… (3 dots) from the top right and select Find Support or Report Page.
3. Click Scams and Fake Pages.
4. Select the option that best describes the False Page.
5. Click Send
Some of the researched sites that are fake:
IPKO’s fake page🚫:
IPKO’s original page🆗:
NEPTUN’s fake page🚫:
NEPTUN’s original page🆗:
Devolli Prince Caffe’s fake page🚫:
Devolli Prince Caffe’s original page🆗:
Hib Petrol’s fake page🚫:
Hib Petrol’s original page🆗: