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One scam that you might see posted on your News Feed, or as an email in your inbox, is actually a phishing attack.

Not only is this message showing up as a post in users' News Feeds, but some are even receiving it as a message from their contacts in Facebook Messenger. It's intended to scare people so they share it with everyone on their contacts list. Noor Hisham Abdullah commented on the warning and said the Machupo virus is not able to survive in a dry environment like one of these pills.Facebook uses an algorithm to track users so it can provide targeted ads.It keeps track if you click "like" on something, or tag photos from specific locations and uses this information for marketing purposes.Facebook has become a social media giant since it launched in 2004.The site is so popular, there are approximately 2 billion active monthly users worldwide. With that incredible number of active users, the site is bound to be a major target for cybercriminals.It says it is a new, very white and shiny paracetamol labeled P/500.

The post claims that doctors are telling patients that the pill contains the "Machupo" virus and is one of the most dangerous viruses in the world.

The problem with these ads is many people believe they are real business models because Facebook allows them on your News Feed.

Once Facebook shows you a targeted ad, it should be safe to assume it's not a scam. As long as the ad isn't promoting an illegal venture, it can make it through the vetting process.

(This search result has since been removed from Google).

NPR then had a company that specializes in phone fraud call the number that showed up in the Google search.

What's happening now is, work-from-home scams are showing up on News Feeds that look like legitimate businesses.