St Helens impersonated on social media as club issues warning

As Chief Executive Officer of Penrith Panthers Matt Cameron said ahead of their World Club Challenge against St Helens, Paul Wellens’ side are the “benchmark” in Super League.

Right now there is no bigger club than the Saints with four Super League titles in a row alongside three League Leaders’ Shields in five seasons and a Challenge Cup in 2021.

Now they’re looking to win the World Club Challenge in 2023.

However, due to the status of the club, they have recently had to deal with a counterfeit problem and have now been impersonated by someone on Twitter.

This appears to be a scam with the person in question telling fans they have won a competition and offering what sounds like a dangerous link.

Make sure you look out for the blue tick that shows the St Helens verified official account and do not click the link.

In a statement from the club on Twitter, they said: “We are aware of an account impersonating us and contacting fans stating they have won a shirt competition. Please do NOT open any links. We are working on removing this account. Please help by reporting the account to Twitter. Thank you for your co-operation.”

Not something the club would have wanted to deal with after the big news last night about their World Club Challenge clash against Penrith Panthers.

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