Paige is open for bookings after announcing that she will be parting ways with WWE in July. Unfortunately, some scammers have tried to take advantage of enthusiastic promoters who want to bring the former WWE Diva’s Champion to their events. Today, Paige publicly declared that any contact information that doesn’t come from her is fake.

Several scammers have been circulating fake email addresses with the promise of the opportunity to book Paige. Unfortunately, online con artists have been taking advantage of wrestling fans, wrestlers, and promoters for years. Paige is hoping to take back control.

In a Twitter post, Paige made it abundantly clear that she only has two official booking email contacts. Anybody else who is pretending to be a booking agent for her is not acting in good faith and is likely trying to pull a scam. She concluded her tweet with some enthusiasm about the future.

“So it’s I’ve been told there are people making fake emails pretending to be me to try and scam promoters etc.

The only 2 emails that are MINE are:

That being said. Now I’ve had a few days to chill, let’s goooo!”

WWE chose not to renew Paige’s contract when it expires next month. The company has not used her on television in nearly two years. Paige was forced to retire from in-ring competition due to a neck injury but is hoping to return to wrestling someday.

Time will tell what the future holds for Paige. For now, she is interested in looking into new opportunities. Anyone who is hoping to book her should be careful to only contact her at the addresses she posted today.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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