TV Presenter Samantha Army To Consults With Lawyers Over Fake Facebook AD

TV Presenter Samantha Army To Consults With Lawyers Over Fake Facebook AD

Samantha Armytage is exploring legal options after complaints from angry Facebook users, who claim they were scammed by a fake Facebook ‘advert’ using

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Samantha Armytage is exploring legal options after complaints from angry Facebook users, who claim they were scammed by a fake Facebook ‘advert’ using her image without permission.

The 42-year-old has consulted with lawyers after her photo was used as part of a scam that allegedly saw dozens of fans conned out of hundreds of dollars.

In a tweet on Monday, she confirmed that the ads – which falsely claim the breakfast TV presenter is leaving Sunrise to launch a skincare line – are indeed fraudulent.

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Samantha Armytage has consults with lawyers over a fake Facebook ‘advert’ claiming she is leaving Sunrise to launch a skincare line… as fans are allegedly scammed out of thousands

‘I am NOT promoting/selling a face cream on @facebook,’ she wrote on Twitter.

Samantha Army

‘I’m also NOT leaving @sunrise, as seen on @facebook. We’ve had lawyers trying to remove these fake ads/news for months, to no avail. Please don’t believe them. And for God’s sake, don’t give them your bank details.’

The furious tweet was in response to recent complaints from Sunrise viewers, who claimed they were duped by fake ads on Facebook and subsequently lost money.

Speaking out: In a tweet on Monday, she confirmed that the ads – which falsely claim the breakfast TV presenter is leaving Sunrise to launch a skincare line – are indeed fraudulent.

Here to stay! Sam clarified that she is not leaving Channel Seven’s breakfast program Sunrise. Pictured with her co-host David ‘Kochie’ Koch (right)

Several people have taken to Sunrises’s official Facebook page in recent months to share their frustration after falling victim to the illegal ads.

‘I have contacted Channel Seven three times [about] this… I was absolutely stupid enough to fall for this as it looked so real,’ one user complained in September.

‘I signed up, giving all of my Visa card information (something I have never done before). Yes, my account was emptied and I had to report this to my bank, which cancelled my card.’

Source: habaricloud.today

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