Amanda Owen took to Twitter and urged her followers to not part with their money after a fan notified the Yorkshire shepherdess about making a payment to the Channel 5 star. The 46-year-old took the opportunity to warn viewers of the “terrible” scam as she confirmed she had been attempting to get rid of the fake pages.
It comes after a fan quizzed the Our Yorkshire Farm star about a recent live chat with Amanda.
Taking to the micro-blogging site, the person in question penned: “Hi, is all ok with your live chat? Just been asked for bank details and still couldn’t see you?”
The mum-of-nine was quick to respond to the post, as she urged the fan to not give out their personal bank details.
“NOOOOO!!! It’s a scam. Please do NOT part with any money, card details,” Amanda said, in view of her 162,000 followers.
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“Go to my website yorkshireshepherdess.com where all genuine events are detailed.
“Alternatively check out Facebook but look for the verification badge that tells you it’s not a fake.”
The person in question responded: “Ringing the bank now!”
Amanda went on: “These scammers are terrible and it is impossible to completely eradicate their fake pages and scams.
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“We put a lot of time and effort into reporting and removing any that we find but they are very persistent.”
The Channel 5 star often attends public speaking events where she talks about her life living and working on her family farm but confirmed that the dates can all be accessed via her official website.
Meanwhile, Amanda has continued to keep viewers entertained with the latest series of Our Yorkshire Farm.
The small-screen star, who has nine children with her husband Clive Owen, 67, nearly lost her temper with her other half during a recent episode.
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Amanda was left unimpressed with her husband when he left her to load bales of hay alone.
In a clip from the Channel 5 series, the couple are seen loading up one of their trucks as one of their nine children warns it’s starting to rain.
But her husband told his wife he would be heading back to the farm leaving Amanda to pick up the remaining bundles.
Clive said to the shepherdess: “We just start and see where we end up. The forecast is saying it’s going to rain later on today so, we hopefully will get it on and get it home and in the barn before the rain comes.”
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Amanda was concerned about the hay being strapped onto the truck, as she later quizzed: “Are you going to put another [hay bundle] on, or will that do?”
But Clive clearly wasn’t looking to load any more and replied: “No, that’ll do. It’s strapped on, it’s going to rain, grab the last few I’m heading for the hills.”
Amanda sarcastically replied: “Grab the last few? You mean you’re setting off in your nice warm cab and I’ve still got more straw to chuck.”
“If I drop any, pick ‘em up,” Clive cheekily replied.
As Clive drove off back to the farm, Amanda turned to the camera crew and said: “That has actually happened.”
Our Yorkshire Farm airs Tuesday at 9pm on Channel 5.
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