Hey Everyone ●‿●
I didn't know where else to post this, so here I am. This morning I logged onto my Twitter account and had a notification that this guy "John" had tweeted at me with an image attached, asking for my help. The image was a pic of a letter (partially from HubPages and partially to me, or any hubber...it was very general). Anyhoo, it's a scam, and I am afraid that he/they may be targeting other hubbers.
So, I did a screenshot of it, so you could see what it looks like, also below that is a screenshot of his account page. Just a friendly word of Warning, please stay away. I'm not going to respond to him. In fact, I'm going to see if I can delete the tweet as well as block him. His Twitter username is @johncalifornia8 (https://twitter.com/johncalifornia8/with_replies). In the preview of this message, I noticed it is hard to see the images detail. If you are unable to see what he sent me, he is saying he can't get his articles approve on Hubpages and wants to pay me to write articles for him.
I'm not a smart gal, but I do know what a scam is (◠‿◠✿) lol
I just went to the tweets and replies section of his Twitter page; there are numerous, identical tweets to other Hubbers (◠︿◠✿)
I'm a little offended that he didn't tweet me. So I tweeted him
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