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This Facebook page purports to be that of Pfizer, but it contains some unusual posts.

However, there is another Pfizer Pharmaceutical page with a lot more Facebook Likes, so I’m not sure if this is legit or not. The rest of the page seems to be normal.

Is this Pfizer's official Facebook page?

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It is clearly not Pfizer's Facebook page.

  • Haha that’s sneaky. Thanks. If you’re still looking I’ll wait for the [more coming] because I think this is good information. I knew it was suspicious, but I didn’t know how to check. – Cannabijoy Aug 12 '18 at 4:05
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    Assuming you’re right (which certainly seems to be the case) this is “impersonation” and it’s against the rules. Someone with a Facebook account should report it (see m.facebook.com/communitystandards/spam). – Laurel Aug 12 '18 at 4:07
  • @Laurel I reported them. I’m not a fan of Big Pharma, but that doesn’t mean people should resort to lies. I wasn’t sure if this was a “practice Facebook” for their PR people, but the fake URL clearly shows it’s not. Those pictures are weird though. – Cannabijoy Aug 12 '18 at 4:20
  • I also found out that the snake picture is a photograph for this Fortune magazine article, and it’s doubtful that Pfizer would want anyone to read it. – Cannabijoy Aug 12 '18 at 4:59

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