Blue tick increased Musk’s tension! Pepsi’s fake account tweeted this for Coke

With the arrival of Twitter Blue Tick Subscription, there has been a flood of Fake Twitter Accounts. These fake accounts are creating trouble for big brands.

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Twitter Blue Tick Subscription Shortly after the rollout, many fake accounts surfaced, due to which the concern among the users has increased a lot. tell that Elon Musk This decision to get a blue tick by paying $ 8 seems to be going backwards, because users having fake accounts are getting blue tick badges by paying money, due to which big companies are facing many problems. Let us tell you that recently a fake Twitter account of Pepsi has surfaced, from which a tweet has been made for Coke, let us tell you what is written in this tweet.

Fake account got blue tick by paying money

Let us tell you that the user who created the fake account named Pepsi got the blue badge by taking advantage of the blue subscription and then tweeted from the account which read ‘Coke is better’.

Fake Pepsi Account

(Photo Credit – Twitter/@PEPICO)

After seeing this tweet, Twitter users were quite surprised because this tweet was done from a verified Twitter account. But when this Twitter account named Pepsi was carefully looked at, it has come to know that the handle of this fake account was not PEPSICO but PEPICO. Please tell that after the detection of this account, this fake account has been removed.

These cases came in front of fake accounts

This is not the first time that Twitter or big brands have faced such trouble, let us tell you that ever since Twitter has given permission to get verified blue ticks or say blue badges by paying, since then Twitter has been like this. There is a lot of fake accounts being seen.

Some time ago Nintendo Inc. Claiming to be, posted a picture of Super Mario from an account showing the middle finger. At the same time, a pharma company Eli Lilly & Co. It was tweeted by creating an account that insulin is now free, after which the company was forced to apologize to the users.

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