Tyler Perry Warn’s Fans About Fake Scam Artist

Tyler Perry has hit out against scam artist who are acting as him and scamming his fans with fake audition schemes and fake scholarship programs.

Tyler Perry has gone to the extent of composing an e-mail to warn followers that scam artists were duping fans.

In the personal letter, the New Orleans native told fans that he feels that people behind these rackets are “some of the lowest” in his book….

Hey guys,

People who do this are some of the lowest in my book.

There are some scams going around the Internet asking people to pay money to have an audition for me. THAT IS NOT TRUE. You never have to pay for an audition. I, nor any professional company, will make you pay for an audition. DON’T GET SCAMMED.

Also, I DO NOT HAVE A SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. Do not let anyone tell you that I have a scholarship program that you have to pay to be a part of, ok? That’s NOT TRUE! I have put a lot of kids through college but it’s not something you can request or pay me for. They have been gifts, so don’t let these folks trick you.

Do not give anyone any money in my name. This is all a SCAM. I HOPE THESE PEOPLE GET CAUGHT.
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Peps Final Say

Some people are just plain evil as they know many people would jump to the chance to gain a scholarship from Tyler Perry given his reputation and achievements. The problem is scam artist will always prey on an opportunity and don’t care about those affected. Many would say some of the fans are naive but at the end of the day you could be blinded by a dream that you want so more, and that is when these “scammers” attack when you are more vulnerable.

On the bright side Tyler Perry is sitting pretty cosy on the current Forbes lists with an estimated worth of $78 million.

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