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One Triad woman said she shut her Facebook page down after she became the victim of an internet scam.
When it comes to social networking web sites, people tell all -- who they are, what they like to do and what's happening at that exact moment.
Carolyn Fuller said she surfs the net. But she stopped going to one of the most popular social network pages.
"My Facebook page was hijacked or hacked," Fuller said.
It's one of the newest scams to hit the internet. Hackers somehow took over Fuller's Facebook page and posed as her online.
"I had no knowledge what was going on," she said. "Apparently the person who hacked it was sending internal messages to my Facebook friends."
Laura Neelon received one of those fake messages from Fuller.
"She said, 'I really need your help,'" Neelon said. "There's a status, it said, 'Carolyn Fuller needs help urgently.'"