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Right, on a more serious note, these guys are only after your personal information, in other words they are identity thieves. Once they have access to your Facebook account, it is not only YOUR personal information that's at risk, but the personal info of your friends as well.
So much more reason NOT to put EVERYTHING on Facebook, but more importantly, not to click on links in suspicious e-mails.