Fake Wagga Gold Cup pages circulate on social media

Annie Lewis
Updated June 15 2021 - 11:36pm, first published May 5 2021 - 9:45am
Fake Facebook pages try to sabotage Wagga Gold Cup
Fake Facebook pages try to sabotage Wagga Gold Cup

Keen racegoers are being warned not to be fooled by fake Wagga Gold Cup pages circulating on social media, with one even claiming the event has gone online.

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Annie Lewis

Annie Lewis

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