Scammers are everywhere. Is true there is hunger in our country, even at that, people still survive amidst the hunger and hardship. However, scammers who don't want to have anything to do with struggling to succeed, devised a new means on how to deceive people and dupe them millions of naira.
Today in Awka, a lady was scammed by charming. According to the eye witness who recorded the video, he reported that such incident has been happening recently in Awka. That this scammers go about with Jeep pretending to be confused on their way about. If you try to direct them, you become a victim, their charm will affect you.
According to the lady, she said that those men were asking her for a direction on how to go to hospital. They also claimed to be attending Ebubemuonso's ministry. She told them that she doesn't know, one of the scammers on touching the lady, the charm affected her. She said that she didn't even know when they carried her to FCMB bank where she withdrew money and gave them.
The lady who was the victim is reported to hail from Abia state but resides in Awka. As little as she can remember, she was able to recall her phone number as: 09023276643. Sadly enough, those fraudsters collected everything she had; both her phone, hand bag etc
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