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What Happens When You Actually DM a ‘DM to Collab’ Instagram Scammer

I tried it. Here’s what I learned.

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I recently started posting regularly on my Instagram account, and I have about 1,200 followers. But I wouldn’t call myself an influencer, unless I’m influencing people to write more and drink coffee, which is pretty much all I post about.




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