BTS’ label issues warning against financial fraud and artist impersonation

Fans of K-Pop band BTS have been plagued with numerous financial scams and artist impersonation frauds. Issuing stern warning against the same, their agency, BigHit Music, issued a statement warning fans to not engage with anyone besides the official channels of communication.

“Recently, there have been continuous cases of our artists being impersonated both online and offline to steal content, show off their friendship with artists, and make financial gains, so we would like to issue a caution.

Apart from information conveyed through official channels of the company and of the artists, we want to emphasize that there are no instances where artists or the company solicit content or propose transactions to specific individuals,” read the statement.
Further, asking fans across the globe to be careful, the statement read, “Please be aware that our company has no affiliation with acts that showcase personal connections with artists, solicit investment funds, or make financial offers. We kindly ask for your vigilance to avoid falling victim to such situations. Thank you.”
This year, the bangtan boys celebrated their 10th anniversary. Currently they are on a break
are on a break. While Jin and J-Hope have begun their mandatory military service, Suga recently enlisted for the same. Other members are concentrating on their solo projects.

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