Arshad Nadeem warns his fans of fake account via a video message through his actual Twitter account

muzzamil mehboobWeb Editor

12th Aug, 2021. 12:40 pm
Arshad Nadeem warns his fans of fake account via a video message throuhg his actual Twitter account

Pakistani Olympian Arshad Nadeem shared a video message for his fans via his real Twitter account, in which he apologized for incorrectly sharing the wrong account details.

In the video, Arshad says that he mistakenly mentioned the wrong account named @Arshadnadeem26. His actual account is @Arshannadeem76.

He said that someone has made a fake account with his details, @Arshadnadeem26. He asked his fans to be aware of this account.

‘Fraudulent activity under my name’

On Tuesday, Arshad posted a tweet in which he warned his fans about fraudulent activities being carried out under his name.

“Dear all I am Arshad Nadeem. I just want to warn you all regarding fraudulent activity being carried out [under] my name for my support. I have not authorized anybody to collect money on my name. Be careful of such people,” he wrote.

Pakistan was proud of Nadeem for making it to the finals of javelin throw at Olympics 2020. He made it to the final all by himself, without any support and facilities.

Nadeem stood fifth, but the nation is proud of him as he showed strong determination throughout the contest.

Neeraj Chopra won the men’s javelin throw with his best throw of 87.58 meters. Arshad scored a best throw of 84.63 meters

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