KRMG SCAM ALERT: If you're on Facebook a lot, you'll recognize this: A message from a friend warning that Facebook soon will no longer be free, unless you act now.
Even Rick Brinkley with Tulsa's Better Business Bureau gets them from his friends.
"When I look at it, I know that they've clicked on something that has installed a virus that is now sending that to all of their friends."
Now, there's a new twist on this scam that's as old as Facebook.
"What is happening now," says the BBB's Brinkley, "is they're coming back with a second wave of 'join this organization, click here to sign-up to portest that you're not going to pay for Facebook and at that point it begins downloading viruses onto your computer."
He adds, that potentially is lifting private information off your computer.
If you get one of these messages, the B-B-B says tell your friend and refer them to Facebook's common myths page.
If you believe the message is spam, report it to Facebook.
Here's the scam alert from the BBB: