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Actor Nay Maps issues a strong message to Mzansi


The actor Nkosinathi "Nay Maps" Maphalala warned that a fake account containing his name had been created to deceive people. He urged his fans not to share their personal information with any fake accounts. 

According to his post, some crooks have been arrested. He wrote: "Hello Facebook fans, I want to draw your attention to criminals and fraudsters who created fake Nay Maps accounts. 

"There are many, some are called Nkosinathi Maphalala Mxolisi, some are called Nkosinathi Mtimande or Nay Maps Mtimande or something similar, etc.

These are just a few of the many fake accounts. Be careful not to share your personal information with the people behind these accounts. 

He urged people to come forward when necessary and file a lawsuit against them. 

"Some of them were arrested." They were also found and arrested. guard against. This is my only real site> Nay Maps. It has more than 1.7 million fans and is my real website. A fan of 

Nay Maps stated that he was partly responsible for the fake account and claimed that he completely ignored his fans, which opened it to the scammers. 

Kevin Rabothate wrote: "Live on Facebook is a good way to verify your Real accounts help a lot, brother. You must have time to be with your fans and talk to them. Thank me later. "

Siyathemba Tshepiseng Gwen Sakele said," this was also posted on his verified Instagram. Perhaps the account is real, but it is certain that since it is not verified, it must host live video at least once in a while. "

Mathapelo Tappie Duma said: "Bangaze baku scam (e) ngoba you will never respond to your fans... Interact with Nabantu bakho k`qala... 1.7 million fans are not even interested in you . "

Facebook user Nicholas Sgwadi Mtsweni suggested verifying his account. "Why not verify your account so we can be sure?" "

Nay Maps replied, "The verification process is completed by Facebook. You can't do it yourself like a long time ago.

It takes a long time for Facebook to review or respond to verification requests. Instagram is even better in this regard, so my Instagram page was verified. Then he promised to make a live video to avoid crooks. 

"Guys, your comments kept me up all night! I love all of you, and tomorrow I will have a live broadcast so we can talk about it and you can all see if this account is fake," Nay Maps Write.

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