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Please Dont Ignore ! His parents can't afford surgery so facebook and CNN are paying half of the expenses
1 Like - $1
1 Comment - 10$
1 Share - 20$
Ignore = You Don't Have a Heart
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The photograph used in this hoax message depicts 'Jose', a Mexican boy who was taken to the United States for medical treatment back in 2012. The person who created the hoax stole Jose's picture from a news article.
A post currently circulating around Facebook claims that you can help a boy who has a massive tumour on his side cover surgery costs by liking, sharing and commenting on his picture. The message claims that Facebook and CNN will pay $1 per like, $10 per comment and $20 per share to help pay for the boy's surgery.
However, the claims in the message are disgraceful lies. Liking, sharing or commenting on the boy's picture will do nothing whatsoever to help him. CNN and Facebook will certainly not donate in exchange for liking, sharing or commenting. Any message that makes such a claim is sure to be a hoax.
The goal of the immoral person who created this hoax is simply to gather likes for and further promote a particular Facebook Page. Liking, sharing and commenting spreads these hoax messages across Facebook, thereby ensuring that the target Page comes to the attention of a large audience. Via this tactic, the Page will gain many more likes and user interactions.
Last updated: March 31, 2014