South African media personality Lamiez Holworthy just shared a stern warning with her fans and supporters about scammers. The warning comes after a fan asked her whether or not she is into cryptocurrency because someone pretending to be her and offering people get rich quick scams.
The star shared that people should not be scammed by accounts that are not verified since her accounts are verified.
Lamiez Holworthy asks fans to look out for scammers
Lamiez Holworthy is super concerned about her fans getting scammed by chancers who are working hard to rob people of their hard-earned money.
The DJ recently responded to a fan who asked her about a cryptocurrency business deal that an account user with her name is offering people.
“Hi, please advise; I followed a WhatsApp link on what I believe to be one of your accounts. It’s about trading R1 500 and making R15 000 in three days, is it true?”
To which Lamiez responded in an Instagram video saying:
“I have one Instagram account which is verified, one TikTok page which is verified, and my Facebook page, which is in the process of getting verified, has the same stuff that I post on my other pages.”
Club managers watch out too
She also went on to say that club owners should also be wary about fake managers who pretend to represent an artist and then make money from securing bookings that never materialise.
“I see a lot of promoters and club owners are being scammed by fake managers. I have one manager who has managed me all my life, and that is my mother. She is the only person you can talk to.”
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