Becky Lynch Warns Fans Against Falling For Fake Accounts

The internet is a platform of opportunities and there’s no arguing that. For some, it is their way of livelihood. For others, it serves as a platform to interact with their favorite singers, actors and WWE superstars. That being said, there are instances when these communications have turned into disasters for fans.

WWE superstar Becky Lynch is speaking up about such interactions. The former RAW Women’s Champion took to Twitter on Monday to tell her fans to exercise caution on social media. Big Time Becks warned fans not to fall for accounts claiming to be WWE superstars.

It should go without saying, but I, or any other WWE superstar, would not ever message any fan looking for money or gift cards.

Please if anyone ever messages you, pretending to be me, asking for money, or anything else, immediately block and report.

The amount of times I have heard of this happening is sickening.

Fans getting catfished on social media is not new. Liv Morgan revealed a scammer tricked on of her fans into giving away his house. Liv said the experience left her horrified. Please be cautious during your interactions on social media.

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