A Ghanaian Lady, Identified as Esi Ayen, Narrates how a scammer tried to scam her on Facebook and she scammed him of 1,000 dollars.
READ HER STORY BELOW:
“Four months ago, a guy came into my inbox. He introduced himself as Naa Tia, a spiritual guru from Northern Ghana, Tamale. He had some juicy offer me: “I help people succeed financially”.
“How do you do that?” I asked. “Oh, it’s easy; no sacrifices involved, just send me $1000, and same hour tomorrow, I will send you $10,000:’ he answered. I smiled, and said to myself, ‘this guy is playing with fire’
The chat continued, and at the end, I told him I could send him $100, 000 for him to make it $1,000,000 for me on condition that I would send him $100 first for him to send me $1,000 to prove his claim.
I sent him the $100 the following day, and within 48hours, he sent $1000. After receiving the money, I told him I wasn’t going to continue the deal, and boom!; thunder striked. He threatened me with hell and hades, but I ignored him.
This morning he entered my inbox again pleading that I should send back his $900 to him because the money he sent was a loan from a bank.
Should I send it to him?”
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