Many businesses, including Microsoft, maintain Facebook pages.
As it happens, numerous business units within Microsoft maintain Facebook pages, user-friendly and familiar, now that millions of people know how to “Like” a page and post comments on it.
But what happens when you seek product support through a Microsoft group’s Facebook page? Can you find legitimate and trustworthy sources of help on such pages? How can you make sure you’re not being scammed by a Facebook phisher? Lounge member krsmav raised that question in this thread in the Word Processing forum.
The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions for which you might have answers:
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