- A young lady has fallen victim of a fraudster on Instagram
- According to her, she was contacted to do an ushering job and was asked to pay for registration
- After paying N8,000 for herself and her sister, the account blocked her from reaching out
A young lady who has chosen to remain anonymous has exposed details of how she was defrauded on on social media recently. According to her, she was contacted by an ushering agency and pushed to register, only to be blocked and ignored afterwards.
There are many ways in which people scam unsuspecting victims on the internet these days. Fraudsters often find sleek ways to deceive victims and have them pay for an imaginary service. For this young lady, she was promised payment for an ushering job in which she was to pay for registration.
Wanting to have a job that promised to pay N30,000 after each service, she did not hesitate to pay the required the amount, only to be blocked from contacting the company on Instagram.
Read the exchange below:
According to the young lady, the employer commented on her sister's photograph, informing her that she fits the description of the kind of people they are looking to join their team. flattered by the offer, they responded and unfortunately fell victims of a scam.
Meanwhile, confusion has hit a yet-to-be identified trader who allegedly lost N48,000 worth of goods to fraudsters recently. A viral video showing the victim counting notes of N5 and N10 claimed that he was hypnotised and deceived by the thieves.
It happened right in the market where he thought he was being offered payment for his goods only to see the money transform to lesser denomination after the fraudulent customers left.
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