Who Wants 1000 Friend Request in 2 Hours?
A simple blogger like me, of course wants 1000 friend request in 2 hours. That would be a great record if ever that it will really happen. But how would you do that? That’s the trick that I am about to reveal!
I have seen on Facebook a profile named, Alexander Torres (https://www.facebook.com/alexander.torres17), and his profile is fully set to private. He has only three (3) active friends namely
- Alex Xander (https://www.facebook.com/bboy.alexander17),
- Alexandra Castro (https://www.facebook.com/IamRivera) and
- Mario Garcia (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002020527821).
I should say that these three are his only active friends because only three entities keep on commenting on Alexander Torres’ statuses.
As I have said, the Alexander Torres profile is fully set on private so other people cannot submit any comment on his posts, but all his statuses get THOUSANDS of likes and HUNDREDS of shares. How does he earn that? Here is his process:
1.) In most of his post, he put this instruction as the first comment:
Who wants 1000 Fʀɪᴇɴᴅ Rᴇǫᴜᴇsᴛ in 2 hours?
Sᴜʙsᴄʀɪʙᴇ ➜ Alex Xander and ill help you ♥
2.) So that the promise would sound to be very authentic, any or all of his three friends will also add a comment on his status saying:
I got 273 in 9 minutes. Thanks
Another trick is to make an offer of some FREE stuff and instruct the viewers to sign up into a website but if you going to click the link, it is redirected into a certain website that is different from the URL being provided on the Facebook. Here is the process with quoted example:
1.) He will post an offer to get a FREE stuff when you sign up:
Free Beats Headphones by Dr Dre to the first 45 people who
Sign up here ➜➜ http://alexfreebeats.tumblr.com/
2.) Any or all of his three friends will post comments to make the offer sound authentic:
I just got the red one. thank you
i have the white one. thanks man appreciate that
No other follow-up information from the subscribers because no one can comment on the post except those three entities I have mentioned above.
I don’t know whether it is real or just a plain fraud, but it is simply quite effective.
What can you say about Alexander Torres’ trick?