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Former Hear’Say singer Kym marsh, 44, has posted a series of alarming pictures on her Instagram, urging her fans “please don’t be sucked in” by two scam accounts. The popstar took to social media to warn that fake accounts have been set up claiming to be her daughter Emily Mae Cunliffe, 24, and son, David Ryan Cunliffe, 25.
Please don’t be sucked into any scams
The TV presenter posted two pictures of the offending pages in quick succession, before urging others to “report and block” them.
Alongside a picture of a profile claiming to be Emily, Kym wrote a lengthy message to her followers, warning them not to be “sucked into any scams”.
She wrote: “This account is a massive fake!!! Stealing ALL of my daughters posts and photos from her real account and messaging people claiming that they have won prizes!!!
“Please report and block!! Why people feel the need to do this I have no idea! My daughter’s account is @emilieecunliffe.x so they are even trying to use something really similar in order to con people.”
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