Was a Florida couple arrested for allegedly selling "golden tickets to heaven?" No, that's not true: There are no credible reports of such an event and the website the claim was published on is known for publishing fake news stories. The
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Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Miranda Lambert Is NOT Selling A Weight Loss ‘Mineral’
Is American singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert selling weight loss materials, specifically a special mineral used for weight loss? No, that's not true: This is false advertising and follows a formula of using public figures to sell product
PolitiFact→ Matt Walsh – No, Target is not selling ‘tuck-friendly’ swimwear for kids
“Tuck-friendly” bathing suits at Target “are available in kids’ sizes.”
Full Fact→ Argos is not selling PlayStations for under £2
Argos says the offer is not genuine.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Trisha Yearwood Is NOT Endorsing, Selling Weight-Loss Gummies
Is country singer Trisha Yearwood endorsing or selling weight-loss gummies? No, that's not true: Yearwood has denied that she made any such endorsement and Lead Stories did not find publicly available evidence that she has previously endo
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Walmart Is NOT Giving $500 To Customers For Selling ‘Contaminated Water’
Is Walmart giving $500 to shoppers because the retailer sold "contaminated" water last year? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that Walmart has sold contaminated water or that they're compensating their customers. Walmart's corpor
Full Fact→ Amazon is not selling Kindle Oasis e-readers for £1.78 for Black Friday
Amazon is holding a Black Friday sale, but it has confirmed it is not offering Kindle Oasis e-readers for £1.78, as a number of Facebook posts have claimed.
Logically→ Ukrainian nationals were arrested for selling Stinger missiles in Bremen, Germany.
Bremen Police have denied the claim saying they haven't made any such arrests. The video in question is manipulated.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Russian Airlines Did NOT ‘Stop Selling Tickets To Russian Men Aged 18 To 65’
Did Russian airlines ban men between 18 and 65 years old from buying tickets to other countries in response to the "mobilization" announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin on September 21, 2022? No, that's not true: Despite rumors on
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: This Video Does NOT Prove Ukrainians Were Selling A Stinger Missile Launcher In Bremen
Were Ukrainians arrested in Bremen, Germany, while trying to sell on the black market Western-provided, Stinger surface-to-air missiles and "other heavy weapons"? No, that's not true: The video posted on social media with supposed proof o
Logically→ A Chandigarh University student was selling videos of fellow hostelers for money.
A preliminary investigation uncovered that 4 private videos were found on student's phone. There was no evidence of other girls' recordings.
Logically→ Twenty-eight sadhus were caught by police for kidnapping and selling children’s kidneys in Uttar Pradesh.
Varanasi police clarified the sadhus were not involved in any criminal activities. The interrogation video has been falsely attributed.
Full Fact→ Wetherspoons has not stopped selling condoms for a ‘royal period of mourning’
The pub chain confirmed that a sign suggesting its vending machines were closed is fake, and said it doesn’t have condom vending machines anyway.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Amazon Is NOT Selling Unclaimed Packages For $1.95 — It’s A Third-Party Seller
Does Amazon host a charity event at the end of the year and distribute random unclaimed Amazon packages for $1.95? No, that's not true: An Amazon spokesperson wrote to us saying that Amazon will sell returns to third-party buyers if the i
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show Children Being Saved From Human Trafficker Selling Them For Adrenochrome
Does a video show children being saved from a human trafficker who may have been selling them for adrenochrome? No, that's not true: The video shows children being taken out of a truck by authorities after trying to leave a Syrian displac
Snopes→ Vehicle History Report Scam: If You’re Selling, Listen Up
If a potential buyer asks a car seller to visit a specific and unfamiliar website in order to obtain a vehicle history report, it's likely a scam.
Logically→ Biden administration is selling millions of American oil barrels from strategic petroleum reserves to China in the middle of the energy crisis.
U.S. law does not restrict awarding SPR crude oil contracts to companies from countries. The sale is expected to ease the gas prices.
FactCheck.org→ U.S. Selling Oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to the Highest Bidding Companies
Q: Is the Biden administration selling crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to other countries? A: The oil is sold to eligible companies that make the highest offers. Some of the companies are U.S. subsidiaries of foreign companies, and some
Poynter→ Why the US is selling stockpiled oil to China
Critics, including conservative media outlets, attacked President Joe Biden for selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to a Chinese-owned company. Some of the coverage implies a connection between the sales and Chinese […] The post W
PolitiFact→ Why is the US selling stockpiled oil to China? We have answers
Critics of President Joe Biden complain that crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is being sold to China, rather than lowering prices in the U.S. Experts say this criticism misunderstands how the global oil market, and U.S. law, works.
Snopes→ Is Rudy Giuliani Selling Sandals for MyPillow?
The former Trump lawyer and NYC mayor is doing something different with his time.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: People In Zimbabwe Are NOT ‘Selling Their Toes’ For Thousands — It’s A Joke
Are people in Zimbabwe "selling their toes for as much as US$40,000 for the big toe, US$25,000 for the middle toe and US$10,000 for the tiny toe because of high costs of living"? No, that's not true: This claim originally circulated on so
Logically→ People in Zimbabwe are selling their toes to make ends meet.
According to the Zimbabwean government, the claims are a hoax and are being spread to tarnish the country's image.
Snopes→ Walmart Apologizes for Selling Juneteenth Ice Cream
The company had previously stocked some of its store's shelves with a product named Great Value Celebration Edition Juneteenth Ice Cream.
Full Fact→ Boots isn’t selling lateral flow tests ‘the taxpayer has already paid for’
It has been claimed on Facebook and Twitter that Boots is selling taxpayer-funded lateral flow tests back to the public. This is not true. The post reads: “I’m curious why Boots have been given all those lateral flow tests the taxpaye
Snopes→ Are Ukrainians Selling Used Russian Tanks on eBay?
Ukrainians have truly taken over some Russian tanks, but selling them on eBay?
Logically→ Proceeds from selling Sena Jal bottled water across India are used to help war widows.
The Sena Jal project proceeds do not specifically go to war widows and the bottled water is for army personnel usage only.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – No, Walmart is not selling off Dyson Supersonic hair dryers for $1
“Dyson is canceling their contract with Walmart and selling off Dyson Supersonic” hair dryers “only for $1!”
Full Fact→ Argos isn’t selling microwaves for £1.78
A Facebook post claims Argos is offering Samsung microwaves for £1.78, alleging the electronics manufacturer had broken a contract “with the famous retailer”. The post, published by a Facebook group which uses the Argos logo as
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: This Site Selling Discounted Stamps Is NOT Official US Postal Service
Is this site, which offers discounted stamps, the U.S. Postal Service? No, that's not true: A website posing as the U.S. Postal Service uses several almost-correct visual cues to masquerade as the real postal service, but does not have a
Logically→ Argos has ended its contract with Dyson and is selling the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer for £1.78.
This is not a real deal. Argos has been a target of several scams in the past. The Facebook page in question is not a genuine Argos page.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta is alive, but he’s not selling CBD gummies
“A tragic end today” for CNN’s Sanjay Gupta
Snopes→ No, PETA is Not Selling Garments Made of Human Skin
The animal rights organization made a statement that’s more than skin deep.
Snopes→ Millionaire Pooch Selling Miami Villa Once Owned by Madonna
Gunther the German shepherd spent a recent morning playing with his tennis ball, rolling in the grass, slobbering a little and napping a lot.
Snopes→ Is Don Trump Jr. Selling Merch Mocking Alec Baldwin’s On-Set Shooting Tragedy?
The T-shirts read: "Guns don't kill people, Alec Baldwin kills people."
Snopes→ Lego Selling ‘Home Alone’ House Set
The set includes tiny replicas of Kevin McAllister's malevolent traps set for would-be burglars.
Full Fact→ Concerns about animal welfare are just one reason Sainsbury’s stopped selling fireworks
A post shared thousands of times on Facebook and Twitter claims that Sainsbury’s will no longer sell fireworks due to animals being frightened by the products. Some people have long campaigned for firework sales to the general public to be
Snopes→ Why Ben and Jerry’s Decision to Stop Selling Ice Cream in the West Bank Rattled Israel
Ben & Jerry’s head of global activism strategy said the “strongest bond you can create with customers is around a shared set of values.”
Snopes→ Ben & Jerry’s to Stop Selling in Palestinian Territories
Ben & Jerry’s ice cream said sales in the occupied land are “inconsistent with our values.”
Snopes→ California Man Accused of Selling Fake Vaccination Cards
The owner of a Northern California bar was arrested on suspicion of selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards to several undercover state agents for $20 each.