Man reveals how he frustrated a debtor into paying him what she owed

Man reveals how he frustrated a debtor into paying him what she owed

- A Twitter user has humoured members of the internet community after narrating how he dealt with a debtor

- The individual said he enrolled a bulk SMS service to send a reminder to the lady on a daily basis

- Several internet users flooded his comment section with mixed reactions

A Nigerian man identified as Segun on Twitter recently narrated how he carried out a project pegged at N15k for a lady who refused to pay him up, after making an initial deposit of N10k.

Segun disclosed that he would have let go of the balance but he decided against it because the lady was not nice to him.

On how he went about collecting his balance, Segun disclosed that he enrolled the service of a bulk SMS provider that sent a reminder to the lady every morning.

"I got a bulk sms service that offers APIs and paid for 1000 smses. And then I wrote a piece of code that sends this woman an SMS every morning with just 3 words and my name as sender: “you owe me”. At first it was a joke. A little annoyance," his tweet read.

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Narrating further, Segun disclosed that after the SMS programme ran for about 60 days, the lady went to report him to a friend. Unfortunately for her, the move inspired him to increase the daily quota of text messages from one to two.

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According to him, after the repeated texting occurred for four months, the lady finally paid what she owed him.

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Several followers taken by Segun’s approach flooded his comment section. Read tweets from them below:

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Meanwhile, previously reported that ex-BBNaija housemate Ifu Ennada shared an SOS message on social media as she called on her debtors. The reality star reminded people owing her money to pay up. Ifu also finally admitted that she does not make N5m daily like she claimed earlier in the year.

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