Paul Hollywood has deleted his Twitter account following a high profile report which claimed that he he had purchased many of his 600,000 followers.
Twitter has long made it clear that the buying or selling of followers or retweets is not allowed, but companies such as Devumi promise customers discretion, and claim that ‘info is always kept confidential’.
‘Your followers look like any other followers and are always delivered naturally. The only way anyone will know is if you tell them,’ the company’s website reads.
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