This is an article about how to spot fake billboards on your mobile phone.
You’ve probably seen them before.
They’re fake, they’re confusing, and they’re annoying.
What you need to know about fake billboardsHere are some of the more common fake billboards that have popped up across the country in the past year:Geico is one of the biggest advertisers in the world.
The company has been caught using fake billboards for years.
In 2014, the company was caught sending out fake ads to local businesses with a message that said, “Geico wants to know your story.”
The billboard in the above photo had a message like “If you’re tired of being sold out to big businesses, Geico wants you to be your own boss.”
Geico was fined $4 million in March 2015 after being caught sending fake billboards to local business owners in the Los Angeles area.
The billboards were a clear sign that the company knew about their potential use.
The billboards also included fake photos and messages that appeared to be from Geico’s official social media accounts.
In 2015, the same company was busted for sending fake ads that purported to be paid for by the American Cancer Society.
Geico said it had never paid for the ads.
Geico eventually settled the matter for $25,000, according to The Washington Post.
Last year, GeoCorp and other big companies also were caught sending phony messages to local people.
Geoico was found to be sending these messages to at least 1,000 people in the Chicago area, according the Chicago Tribune.
The company said it is working to fix the problem.