Posting lottery tickets on social media is not illegal in India, but a lot of people find the term ‘i-post’ difficult to understand.
But that’s not the only problem.
The word “post” is also pronounced “po”, and that is how people are saying the post is a fake.
In fact, the term “po” is a common term in Hindi, but when people pronounce it, the “i” at the beginning of it means “post”.
“Po” means “to write”.
But people are also using the word “i-po” to describe posts where a word, image, or even a sentence is inserted into the post, or after it.
“Po” is the common term for posts on Facebook that have no context or are just part of the post.
So, a post on a Facebook page will have a caption, a title, and an image of a person.
But if the post contains a caption and title, the image will not be part of it.
In the video above, we see the exact same thing happening with a Facebook post, where a person writes “I want to go on a hike” and then it has the caption, title, image and “I’m so excited to go!”
The caption is the first thing that appears in the post on Facebook.
Then, the title appears in red, and the image appears in blue.
When people type the words “I love you”, “I miss you”, and “thank you” in these posts, the caption and the title will appear in blue too.
If people see that the caption is part of a post, the entire post will be seen as a fake, even though the post itself has no context.
So, what do you do if someone posts a fake lottery post?
We suggest you ignore it.
Just ignore it and if it continues, get in touch with the person who posted the post so they can fix it.
The post may have been posted on a site like Facebook or Google+ but if you see it in a post from a blog, a blog post or a social networking website, then it will likely be fake.
So the best thing to do is to report it to Facebook, Google+, or Twitter, or any other social media site that can help you check if a post is real.