- A black man, Joseph James Nantomah, has acted as a 'messiah' to a white woman as he helped her get back her savings after she was 'duped'
- James revealed how the money was rerouted into his business account by some scammers who later wanted him to send the sum to them
- While many people praised him for doing a wonderful thing, others asked him how the fraudsters were able to get his account details
A black man known as Joseph James Nantomah has taken to his Instagram account to reveal how he helped a white lady recover her money from some scam syndicate.
In a post on Wednesday, April 28, the man said he drove for hours after $32,000 (N13,077,120.00) was sent into his account.
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He disclosed that after the deposit was made into his account, the scammers called him, asking him to send the money.
Refusing to do their bidding, the man drove for seven hours from Wisconsin to Indiana so that he can get the money back to the woman
See his post below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"God bless you my brother for your efforts to redeem the good name of Nigeria . May your wells of finance and happy never run dry."
"You have done so well bro... God bless you my brother."
"You did amazingly well bro. Chukwu Okike Abiama will reward you beyond your expectations."
"God bless you."
"Wow. God bless you dear."
"Very noble thing you did. God bless you bro."
"Your story is not buyable if investigated, 1. how does the person you send money to have your account details, 2. Why would your partner send your details without your approval 3. How come you only asked questions about their source of income after the money hit your account. 4 how does you sending back the money help protect your partner who is being threatened in Nigeria?"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian developer, Adedamola, showed off his skills recently and the reactions from people were massive.
In a Twitter post on Friday, April 2, the young man said he made an attempt at making a clone of Gmail with the use of HMTL and CSS languages.
Sharing four photos of his work process, one can see how he started with almost a blank page on his computer screen to one that looks exactly like the real email provider.