A woman who wants to fake her pregnancy to gain access to her husband’s family members is likely to get the idea from her husband.
In the past few years, a number of women have started to make fake pregnancy calendars in an attempt to gain the trust of their husband’s extended family members.
However, fake pregnancy calendar fraudsters are most commonly using Facebook.
Facebook is one of the few social media platforms that do not allow fake pregnancy photos to be posted, as it is a violation of their terms of service.
In an attempt for Facebook to clamp down on fake pregnancy hoaxes, the social media giant has launched a new enforcement program, called The Faking Pregnancy Incident Reporting System.
This program is meant to alert members of the public about fraudulent pregnancy calendar scams.
According to the Facebook page, FakingPregnancyInstitute, the program aims to alert the public to fake pregnancy incidents.
“We have been working hard on this project for months to bring awareness to fake Facebook pregnancy hoaxers, and today we are proud to announce that we have made significant progress in this effort.
The Faking Post-Pregnancy Incident Report System was launched on January 14, 2018, and now allows anyone to report fake pregnancy events on Facebook.
Anyone can report fake pregnancies through this reporting mechanism and we are happy to share the results of our testing on the first day.
We are extremely grateful for all the help and support from the community that has provided feedback throughout the years, and are proud that the first report was positive.
This new reporting mechanism will be updated to include additional fake pregnancy reports that have been reported.
Additionally, the FakingPost-Pulmonary Indications Reporting System will also be updated as well.
In order to be eligible for reporting, a post-pregnancy incident must be recorded and recorded by the woman, with a recorded post-mortem photo.
For additional information, check out the Facebook Faking Prevention page.