Hello, I am new to this forum, but I signed up because of this question. I work for a small and local SEO, marketing, and web design company. Sometimes, our clients ask us to set up/run their social media pages for them (that's what I do). We recently acquired a new business owner who asked for just that. He had an existing Facebook page which had 9 likes, and the last post was from December. I organized a social media plan for him, and after his approval, started working on vamping up his business page - this was about a week ago. Today, I checked the page to see that there were over 1,200 likes. He had also deleted every single one of his posts, including the few that I had posted. I'm assuming those likes were bought, and therefore they are probably from fake accounts. I know this is only going to hurt his business. No one is engaged on his page, and only a handful of people are even seeing his posts in their newsfeed. Note: My small company has a Facebook page with a measly 90 or so likes. But we have plenty of likes and comments on everything we post. And with Facebook-specific promotions, we know our followers are contributing to our business. Should I (politely) tell this guy to stop messing around with the Facebook page? Should I ask him if he has an issue with my social media plan he approved last week? I could talk to my boss, but he doesn't handle this side of the business and typically likes me to do all of it on my own. I just need some advice. Thanks in advance.