Popular Gospel artist, Frank Edward has revealed how someone who claimed to be his fan tried cheating him of his 1.5 Million naira when he went to buy a commodity in the market.
According to the post which he shared on his verified Facebook Page, Frank Edward said that he had gone to the market to buy some goods but the seller added extra 1.5 million naira on the real price of the commodity and he agreed to pay.
He said that while trying to pay, the transaction was declined severally and he was not debited. When trying to call some staffs at his bank to find out what happened, a call came in from someone he told to look out for the same commodity.
While discussing with the person, Frank Edward discovered that the price of the commodity was 1.5 million naira less than what he was told. After hearing their conversation, the seller who wanted to cheat him begged him to buy it for the same price he was told on phone but he left.
He said that he had initially snapped a picture with the seller after he told him that he is a fan and that his music has blessed his life.
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