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Greetings,  is there anyway to send a digital photo to someone on Facebook without them knowing who it came from ?  I have an ex girlfriend that I would like to send a great photo of her that I took in Cabo but I don't want to rekindle the fire so to speak..
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As far as I know, there is no way of doing that in facebook. Facebook does not allow this kind of functionality, mostly because they don't want spammers to bomb you with tons of ads.

If you want, you can open a new profile with a nickname and then send her the picture. This way, she will not be able to track you down... :)
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