Shane Filan has warned fans about fake accounts pretending to be him.
The former Westlife star took to Twitter to remind fans of his official accounts.
“I am aware that some fans have been contacted by someone pretending to be me,” he said, adding his real pages.
He added: “I do not have any other accounts and I do not DM fans from these or any other accounts. I have reported the fake accounts and they will be dealt with ASAP. If you are contacted please report them also.”
Fans thanked the singer, with one even claiming the person behind the fake account was trying to meet up with them
“Yeah he is a right chancer tried to get me to meet him after one of your shows ! Some people,” one woman revealed.
“Theres lot of fake out there look for the tick guys x” another advised.
Another added: “Can’t believe some people, I’ve had messages myself. Hopefully this will put a stop to it now xxx”
Shane is not the only Irish celebrity to have fake profiles set up claiming to be them.
Just one day before, Ronan Keating shared a similar message with his fans warning them.
“Hey a few people telling me there are impersonators on social media pretending to be me trying to scam people out of money etc,” he said on Instagram stories.
“It’s not me. My insta and Twitter have official blue ticks.”
Make sure to be careful of fake accounts and look for the blue tick from your favourite celebrity accounts.