- A man who was tricked into sending $750 (N899,548.5) to a Nigerian yahoo boy narrated how the scheme began
- The young white man said that the scammer posed like an old man who just wanted to sell off a Sony camera
- After the oyinbo man realised he had been scammed, the yahoo boy said he just needed the money to process his education abroad
An oyinbo man has narrated how he was tricked by a Nigerian yahoo boy in a way that caught him unawares.
He said the boy posed as an old white man on Facebook, wanting to sell a Sony A6300 camera for $750 (N899,548.5).
Man saw Sony Camera and paid
Before going into business with him, he did a background check on the supposed white man's Facebook, and everything seemed alright.
The oyinbo man realised he had been scammed after paying for the camera, and it just never shipped though tracking showed it was in transit.
Sony A6300 camera not delivered
He was so amazed by the yahoo boy's tricks that he promised to link up with him and give him a job in Canada.
The yahoo boy later explained that he needed the money to process his school admission in Canada.
Watch his video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"We de here bro... Pablo no go Canada oo, Pablo don buy Benz."
"Pablo wey don go buy azuu and benz."
"No be only school, Pablo don do dorime with ur money."
"This guy is so good he made him believe that he is going to Canada."
"Pablo no dey go any school ooooo."
Elom Sylvester said:
"If Pablo go Canada make I Bend."
"Imagine he just got the password for the profile and the old man doesn't check his account at all."
"He is palying the long game. He will land mooore."
"This guy is the sweeetest guy I have ever seen, for him to understand that situation changes people shows that he’s a good person."
Oyinbo man tracked yahoo boy
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an oyinbo man who had a master's degree in homeland security said he helped one of his followers, who a Yahoo boy (fraudster) wanted to scam.
To track the person down, the man (@youthpastorryan) sent an email saying he was to give the person US government money. The supposed scammer asked the man to pay through Bitcoin or Apple gift card.
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