Customs has spent $750,000 since January targeting Australian citizens and residents in the latest part of its advertising campaign to discourage asylum seekers from traveling to Australia by boat. In the past week Australians who have listed Vietnamese or Tamil as languages they speak on Facebook have seen ads from Australian Customs. The ads link to the Customs website, which then offers a list of 17 languages, including Arabic, Farsi, Urdu and Somali, in which to read a warning saying "No way. You will not make Australia home". The message one user saw was: "customs.gov.au wants to reach people 18 and over in Australia who speak Vietnamese. This is based on things like your Facebook profile information and your internet connection". The customs page also includes a link with information on "assisted voluntary return" and "stories of returning home", which includes videos of Sri Lankan aslyum seekers who had returned to Sri Lanka after arriving in Australia by boat.