Anna Daly warns others after her face is used for online scam

Pic:Brian McEvoy/Anna Daly

Anna Daly is the latest celebrity to find herself in the midst of an online scam.

The TV presenter has taken to her socials to warn fans that her face is being used for an online fake scheme, emphasising that she has nothing to do with it.

This comes after a host of stars have found their image being used for social media scams recently, including Doireann Garrihy, Ryan Tubridy and Miriam O’Callaghan to name but a few.

Posting to Twitter, Anna shared a screenshot of the scam as she confirmed she wasn’t associated with it.

Pic: Instagram/Anna Daly

“The scammers are back with my face on a convoluted yet dangerously persuasive link/clickbait for an investment scam. Please ignore/report if it comes your way.

“I am not associated with any investment ads. Anywhere,” she concluded.

While just this morning on Instagram, she shared a separate post, which claimed to be an RTE article.

The scam sees a photo of Anna, with a caption that reads: “Central Bank of Ireland sued Anna Daly for what she said on live TV”.

Pic: Instagram/Anna Daly

“The most elaborate, convoluted scam I’ve seen yet,” Anna wrote alongside a screenshot of the fake story.

Despite it all, Anna has been enjoying her career as a freelance broadcaster since leaving Ireland AM in 2021 and is currently keeping herself bust running her fashion brand Little Bliss.

Most recently, Anna gave an insight into her beloved dad Noel’s cancer battle on Daffodil Day, sharing a snap with him on Instagram.

“Today is our day to take back from cancer. My Dad is lucky enough to be with me on this photocall for the Irish cancer society and will manage his cancer into the future. We’ll take that,” she said.

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