Uh, oh: 5 $ buys you 1 MILLION European Facebook usernames & e-mails

23 Oct, 2012



Facebook usernames and e-mails for sale

A blogger claims he just bought a list of 1 million Facebook usernames with their corresponding e-mail address for the magnificent sum of 5 $. He was searching online for deals, when he stumbled across this offer:

The information in this list has been collected through our Facebook apps and consists only of active Facebook users, mostly from the US, Canada, UK and Europe. There are users from other countries as well but they are almost exclusively English speaking as well, as all the apps we provide are written in English and to use them properly one needs to read the instructions. The list is checked and validated once a month so you won’t get a list full of invalid or duplicate email addresses. Whether you are offering a Facebook, Twitter, social media related or otherwise a general product or service, this list has a great potential for you. Finally, the list is in a zipped excel format split into 12 sheets, each sheet containing roughly 100,000 email addresses with name, last name and facebook profile information separated with comma.

According to the blogger, the list looks legit as it contains names and e-mails of people he personally knows…

http://talkweb.eu/openweb/1819

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