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(The Rock) Shares His Thoughts And A Warning On Fake Scammers Using His Face & Name

From Instagram (Source Link):

therock
Sorry if you’ve been affected by these fake @facebook accounts asking for $$ or worse yet, actually engaged with them enough to send money in.
Hey I get it, sometimes when we’re broke and struggling to make ends meet, the promise of a fast buck can be appealing.
It’s hard to mitigate these assholes, because they pop up by the dozens daily hoping to prey on the ones who’ve fallen on hard times.
Be smart, vigilant and don’t engage. – DJ

While he doesn’t get the full extent of African scammers he is on point regarding the need to be vigilant and safe only!

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2 Comments

  1. LISA MOREE October 19, 2018 at 11:23 pm - Reply

    YEA – I JUST GOT AN EMAIL FROM MY SCAMMER – TRYING TO TALK ALL SWEET TO ME AGAIN, USING POOR GRAMMER AND NOT MAKING ANY SENSE…

    SO, I JUST PUT IT IN A JUNK FOLDER AND LET IT BE – THAT IS REALLY ALL I CAN DO – I DID BLOCK HIM ON FACEBOOK. SO HE CANNOT CHAT WITH ME.

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