The post was shared nearly 3,000 times.
The caption for the video reads, “Just wanted to let you know that the next time you have a Facebook post, I want you to use my photo and video instead of someone else’s.
It will be 100% better for you and your audience and I think you will see the difference.”
The caption reads, “[…]
Facebook is a really great platform for capturing great moments and it can be very difficult to keep things clean and professional without some sort of photo and videography.”
Facebook said the post had been shared about 8,000 people.
Facebook has been criticized for using “bait and switch” techniques to lure in followers and make it easier for it to show ads.
The company has faced criticism for using fake photos to sell ads.
Facebook has said it removed the post, but it is not clear if it has changed its ad policies to stop similar content from appearing on its platform.
A Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement that the company has “a zero tolerance policy for misleading content” and will take action if any posts violate its policies.
“We are working hard to remove content from Facebook that may not be in compliance with our policies,” the spokeswoman said.
The spokeswoman said Facebook is in discussions with advertisers to improve its ad quality and reach.
Facebook recently introduced new rules that prohibit fake news stories on the platform.
It also recently introduced a new set of guidelines to protect the privacy of users who share content with friends on the site.
Facebook said in May it would ban ads that use “misleading language or deceptive content”.