One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby.

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The Internet and social networks can be both a blessing and a curse.This mother, whose name in the article will not be mentioned, was convinced of this from her own bitter experience. "Bitter" - to put it mildly. Everyone should read this article and draw the appropriate conclusions. The well-being of our children depends on it.

Imagine you are sitting in our beloved Facebook and receive a friend request from a stranger.From a person you do not know. You have no doubts to accept the application, because the profile picture has to itself. And why not? What's the difference? Well, in the end, can happen ...?

Whatever it was, she accepted and forgot. There are more important things that are really worth thinking about. Your daughter, for example. You are incredibly proud of her, because the baby next week will go to first grade! The girl is preparing for this day, trying on all sorts of outfits, new school uniforms, and you, without getting tired, weave braids for her, tying bows on them.When everything is ready, you will certainly post a photo of your daughter in Vkontakte and Facebook. Below you sign: “What a day! It’s hard to believe that my baby has grown so much! ”Then you link to the post a link with the school’s address. A couple of clicks. But the consequences are about to turn your life into a complete nightmare.


The mysterious stranger you recently added as a friend saves your girl's photo to your computer, sending her to other “mysterious strangers” around the world. Signs:

“Fresh blood, American. About six years! Just over 5000 dollars! ”

Everything happens behind your back, you will never know about anything. Even if you want. Just once, when you come to school to your daughter, you will not find her there. A panic will begin, you will run around all the teachers, tear the phones, call the police. You will be ready for anything to hug your baby again.

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Finally, you will realize that all is in vain. But you will never stop looking for your daughter, because guilt and monstrous thoughts will not stop pursuing you for the rest of your life.

It’s probably better not to know what happened to that baby. The past does not return, the error is no longer correct.Just do not add strangers to friends! Or do not post photos of your innocent children for all to see and to universal access. It is better to live a life with fewer “friends” and likes on social networks than to grieve for a missing daughter all my life.

Remember this warning! Once again: reject all requests for friends from strangers. Do not post baby photos. "Mysterious strangers" will certainly find them. And believe me, traffickers and pedophiles are unlikely to wake up even a drop of humanity.

Please help spread this warning worldwide.


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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

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    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby

    One click on Facebook and mom lost her baby