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If You Have Ever Been Scammed On Social Media, You Are A Fool & You Deserve It – Pretty Mike

Another writeup from Pretty Mike, lol…

If u have ever been scammed on IG or any social media platform, den You are a fool and u deserve it... Yes, you heard me right .. if you have ever been scammed on IG or any social media platform by any person or page using any celebrity’ picture or post you definitely deserve it ..there are always clear signs to differentiate a scam page and the real page .. first of all, pages who uses pictures of well known people to beg or ask for money and you paid money to them clearly shows you know nothing about the person whose pictures are been used....

Secondly ..not all well known social media personnel or celebrity make use of all social media platforms available ..because you see their pages on Instagram doesn’t mean they are also on Facebook ..thirdly would you believe if DavidO sends you a message to borrow or send him money for credit 🀣.... the question is why would any well known person or celebrity beg or ask for funds privately on social media to a random person ?. That FlipMoney thing is honestly one of the biggest Joke 🀣, this is a form of hustle for most people now on different social media platforms and falling as their prey is jackpot for them are just among the many fools of the day .. celebrities post on social media can be stolen through screen shot and apps...if you want to confirm or be sure of who you are chatting with ask for a live video,not a picture or video already posted on the net,Some people have told me dey sent money to someone using my name and picture on Facebook asking for money and my reply to dem was, MUMU πŸ‘…........,anyways I’m not a celebrity oooh, I’m just a young man who has his Bag πŸ’Ό Secured πŸ™.....


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