Have you seen this fake Amy Huberman ad? She wants your help

She wasn't in with the cool crowd at college. Pic: Robbie Reynolds
She wasn’t in with the cool crowd at college. Pic: Robbie Reynolds

Amy Huberman has revealed that she is still being used to promote a product without her permission.

The Finding Joy star has been used at the face of a skincare product called Dermavix, which she has no involvement in, for months now.

Many of the articles claim that Amy uses the ‘anti-aging’ creams and is a fan of the products, while others are simply false stories about the star.

One such article she was recently send read: “Amy takes Plunging Turn. Executives Want Answers.”

The mum-of-two took to Instagram and Twitter to explain the situation.

Friend just sent this through. This is that scam article that is appearing. All relating articles to a cream they call Dermavix is all made up. It’s a scam and a dark and that won’t come up in a search so they pop up randomly,” she explained. Screenshot 2018-11-07 11.14.28

She then asked fans and followers to let her know if they come across articles like this.

“Please ignore, or if possible copy and paste link URL and DM to me so I can pass onto legals. Thanks a mil x,” she said.

Back in August, Amy took to social media to notify people of the fake articles.

“Lads and lasses there’s a scam appearing online on sites linking me to an anti-ageing ‘beauty cream’ and/or ‘makeup’, one called ‘Dermavix’???!” she said at the time.

“It’s a complete scam and all articles relating to them fabricated so pls ignore! Have legals on it…”

Have you seen anything like this on your timeline?

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