Just In: Man steals 900,000 Naira from Bolt Driver
By BeLoaded | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The man in the video scammed Bolt driver of N900,000 in cash.
How can you as a bolt driver allow your sense to be used like a baby. The driver was given a deposit slip by the rider that read 900,000 Naira but unknown to him that it was fake.
He then appealed to the driver to allow him use his ATM to do shopping. Indeed some people don't have sense.
Even though the driver didn’t get an alert, the slip convinced him that the payment must have been made and that a bank alert would eventually come in.
Immediately he started shopping.
But it was the CCTV camera in one of the shops that capture his face. Indeed this is not a good thing to do.
After taking him did his shopping, the driver dropped him off at Lekki. So far, the Police and @ZenithBank appear uninterested because the fault is that of the driver. He was not shown a gun or knife, he had too much money to spend and he gladly spent it.
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