If you're on Instagram you may recently have noticed people you follow sharing these accounts claiming to offer free Ryanair and easyJet flights.
Seems a bit too good to be true doesn't it?
One clue that the offer may not be genuine is the way the RyanAir_UK account keeps on changing the amount of followers that will be eligible for the free flights.
Another is that Ryanair is obviously an Irish company, with its headquarters located in Dublin, not the UK.
And another is that Ryanair doesn't have a capped-up A.
But that hasn't stopped a lot of people following the fake accounts and asking the airlines on Twitter why they haven't received their free flights.
Some people appear to have been in on the joke.
But most have been desperate to know if the offer is real.
Unfortunately for everyone who followed and shared the accounts, the airlines eventually confirmed the inevitable.
Richard James is acting head of news for BuzzFeed Australia and is based in Sydney.
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