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A woman named Maryane Cass contacted me through a talent scouting page and told me she wanted to use my picture for an international ad. She seemed legit and even sent me a check to get a license. As soon as the check went into my account, she cancelled it and it put a red flag on my account and froze it. I looked her up on google, something I should have done first, and I found the exact message she sent me on a scam page on facebook. I am so embarrassed for actually trusting her and I think something definitely needs to be done about it.

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