According to a post that is circulating via Facebook, you can help a sick child just by sharing her picture. The post, which includes a photograph of a young child in a hospital bed, claims that every time her picture is shared, she will receive a $1 donation towards her medical expenses.
This email, which is supposedly from credit card provider Visa, claims that the company has detected problems regarding your credit card and needs you to "verify some informations' before you can use the card again.
According to a message that circulates via social media and various blogs and online forums, a woman in California is suing her parents because she blames them for passing on "ugly genes" that caused her to have "unpleasant physical features".
Email forward tells the story of two Egyptian children who were buried alive by their murderous father but miraculously survived underground for fifteen days with the help of a "man wearing shiny white clothes, with bleeding wounds in his hands".
According to a message that is circulating via social media, former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh has earned first place in '50 Photos of Loyal Person In the World' conducted by the White House in the US.
Message purporting to be from a cardiac specialist claims that drinking water at specified times of the day can help activate organs, aid digestion, lower blood pressure and stop people from suffering strokes or heart attacks.
According to a message that circulates via WhatsApp, SMS, and social media websites, opening a picture of Donald Trump suffering from a stroke will destroy all of the information on your phone and computer.
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Circulating message claims that consumers can tell the chemical makeup of tube contents just by checking the colour of a small square at the bottom of the packaging. A newer variant focuses on toothpaste tubes.
This email, which purports to be from container shipping company Maersk Line, claims that you can open an attached file to view original shipping documents supposedly related to a consignment that is being shipped to you.
This enduring and entertaining tale supposedly outlines the origins of California's prestigious Stanford University. However, while core elements in the tale are more or less factual, as a whole it strays a long way from the truth.
This beautiful, albeit clearly photoshopped, image circulates via social media websites, blogs, and online forums. It is usually touted as an example of "beautiful nature", "our wonderful world" or similar.
Message circulating via email and the blogosphere warns that Monster Energy Drinks claw "M" logo is actually made up of the Hebrew letter vav repeated three times to make the number 666 and is, therefore, the mark of Satan.