Facebook has been accused of creating fake profiles for family members.
A friend’s uncle, for example, has made a fake profile for his wife’s family that they’re sharing online.
The same goes for other friends and acquaintances, who have shared a profile for the same person’s family.
Make it look like a genuine friend’s profile is for your uncle.
Read more:How to make your Facebook profile look authenticThis is not the first time Facebook has faced accusations of fake accounts.
In February, Facebook was accused of using fake accounts to spread rumours about an event.
Facebook’s new social media team has taken steps to ensure that fake accounts are removed quickly.
Facebook says it has removed a total of more than 7,000 fake accounts since the election.