• All of my social media and financial identities can be verified by visiting https://naia.me/id – don’t trust any accounts not listed there!
  • I do not sell concert tickets, nor directly proposition those I don’t know in order to sell stuff to them.
  • I have been the victim of identity theft, and if you paid somebody pretending to be me, please read below:

On 01/17/2020, I was informed by a Facebook user that they were sold phony concert tickets by a Twitter user pretending to be me. The scammer, at the time of writing, is using the handle @aammariittt on Twitter. They have also used photographs of my ID, and screenshots of selfies from my Instagram to further masquerade as me to gain credibility within the K-Pop community in order to scam others. They generally approach users, offering to sell them tickets. They then produce a photo-shopped screenshot of tickets in my name, and an edited version of my censored Georgia ID as “proof of who they are”. Finally, they request payment via PayPal using the “Send money to a friend option”, in order to bypass buyer protection.

I can verify that at least two people fell for their unfortunate scam, as I was contacted afterwords by said scam victims. I immediately filed reports with the Federal Trade Commission, Glynn County Police Department, and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in regards to identity theft. If you have fallen victim to this scam, you are encouraged to contact your local police as well as IC3 ASAP. You will also want to contact PayPal and possibly your bank to rectify the situation.

IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE, SUCH AS EMAIL ADDRESSES, PHONE NUMBERS, OR ANYTHING LEADING TO THE IDENTITY OF THIS FRAUDSTER – PLEASE ALSO PROVIDE IT TO ME DIRECTLY, USING MY CONTACT FORM.

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1. All of my social media and financial identities can be verified by visiting https://naia.me/id – don’t trust any accounts not listed there!

2. I do not sell concert tickets, nor directly proposition those I don’t know in order to sell stuff to them.

3. I have been the victim of identity theft, and if you paid somebody pretending to be me, please read below:

On 01/17/2020, I was informed by a Facebook user that they were sold phony concert tickets by a Twitter user pretending to be me. The scammer, at the time of writing, is using the handle @aammariittt on Twitter. They have also used photographs of my ID, and screenshots of selfies from my Instagram to further masquerade as me to gain credibility within the K-Pop community in order to scam others. They generally approach users, offering to sell them tickets. They then produce a photo-shopped screenshot of tickets in my name, and an edited version of my censored Georgia ID as “proof of who they are”. Finally, they request payment via PayPal using the “Send money to a friend option”, in order to bypass buyer protection.

I can verify that at least two people fell for their unfortunate scam, as I was contacted afterwords by said scam victims. I immediately filed reports with the Federal Trade Commission, Glynn County Police Department, and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in regards to identity theft. If you have fallen victim to this scam, you are encouraged to contact your local police as well as IC3 ASAP. You will also want to contact PayPal and possibly your bank to rectify the situation.

IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE, SUCH AS EMAIL ADDRESSES, PHONE NUMBERS, OR ANYTHING LEADING TO THE IDENTITY OF THIS FRAUDSTER – PLEASE ALSO PROVIDE IT TO ME DIRECTLY, USING MY CONTACT FORM (https://naiaokami.me/contact)
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Naia Ōkami

Naia is most known for the internet meme "On all levels except physical, I am a wolf." She's been in the therianthropy community since she was twelve years old and she was featured on both LogoTV and MTV. Naia is also a public speaker on therianthropy & otherkin, disability advocacy, and transgender identity. 🐺

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