Dierks Bentley Fan Scammed By Fake Social Media Account

GUYS AND GIRLS: IF THERE'S NOT A BLUE CHECK MARK NEXT TO THEIR NAME ON SOCIAL MEDIA, IT ISN'T THEM.

A woman in South Carolina claims her sister is out $160,000, thanks to a social media scam involving a Dierks Bentley imposter.

According to an incident report, the woman met the suspect over Twitter and exchanged text messages during the time of the fraud, which lasted two years. Over that time, she sent cashier’s checks and gift cards to the scammer.

The incident is under investigation by local authorities. 

I honestly can't believe this person gave out THAT much money. If you get random accounts asking for money make sure to report them!

(Source: The Herald

 
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