Facebook users should use caution in their email inboxes yet again. A new round of fake facebook notifications is being currently sent out. Following any of the links given in the fake notification will cause you to be transferred to a pharmacy site. At first glance the email might look genuine, but if you take a closer look at the from email address you will spot the difference.
From: Facebook <email@example.com>
The site http://femalerxtabletsfitness.com/, which the email currently leads to, is being blocked. However there is no doubt scam artist will switch the web URL to point to a new one.
Just because this link was blocked, it doesn't mean there aren't others emails with different links floating around. Remember, it is always better not to follow links given in any email without checking them out first. Don't respond to email request to log into any of your accounts. Get out of the habit of following any links to log in to your accounts as well. Take the little extra time to manually type in the correct web address and check your spelling of it. If there are notifications waiting for you, you will receive them when you log into the site directly.
Also See the link below for more tips on keeping you account information safe.
Keeping Your Accounts Safe