A Facebook user who appears to be from the US is trying to scam Facebook by offering a service that will allow people to make payments without ever having to click through a verification page.
The user, who is called “Anonymous,” is trying out a service called “Paypal” on Facebook, where users can pay people using the site’s “credit card” option, according to The Verge.
The “Anonymous” user is attempting to set up an account for a “new” user named “John Doe” and says they are a family business.
John Doe tells the user that his family owns a small business, that he can’t accept credit cards, and that they can only accept PayPal.
The anonymous account says they will accept “credit cards with a valid credit card, bank account number, or any other form of payment.”
However, after users confirm their account and click “submit,” the user asks for a PayPal payment, then gives an example of the transaction in which they want to send $20.
PayPal allows users to make a “payment with any credit or debit card or other payment method” on the site, including credit cards.
However, the site does not allow payment by credit card in certain countries.
“The only way to send a payment is through a payment gateway like Paypal,” the account states.
“PayPal does not accept PayPal or credit cards.”
When asked for more information about the service, the user explains that they use the service for “payouts” because “there is no way to verify the amount” of the payment.
The PayPal user says that he is an American citizen and was born and raised in the US.
The Facebook user states that they are not “from the US” and that the service is “not for US citizens.”
The Facebook account has also posted about the account on the Facebook community pages “We Are Anonymous,” “We are Anonymous,” and “Anonymous.”
Users who are paying through the “Anonymous Paypal” account may also be getting the “I’m in China” scam, according a report from TechCrunch.
The account is using the same name as a fake Facebook account that was previously created by someone using the name “Joe,” according to a post on the page.
“I’m a fake account created for a Facebook account.
I have never been to China.
I’m not affiliated with the Facebook account,” the post states.
The page has also created a new “real” Facebook account under the same “Anonymous Name” and the user name.
The post has been shared thousands of times on the “We Is Anonymous” Facebook page and has attracted more than 5,000 likes.