These Two Boys Scammed N800k, See What Happened To Them After They Were Caught
By Jazzyupdates | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 15722 views
Youths of these days are desperate to make money quick, easy and without stress, forgetting that life is not a bed of roses. Some of them are bent to involve in defrauding people, this has landed so many of them in jail, some to their early grave.
These two boys (ripper) were caught after they scammed someone about N800,000. Their victory was caught short after their location was traced. The victim with some others paid a visit in the morning and they dragged them in public, with some beating.
The two boys changed their client's log in details on green dot (cash app). Green Dot is also a payments platform company and is the technology platform used by Apple Pay Cash, Uber, and Intuit. See video below.
After this video was posted on Instagram by Naija Everything, many people reacted on it saying that this is a situation of a scammer getting scammed, so they can't go to the police as the two committed a crime. See some screenshots of the comments and reactions below.
Source:- Naija Everything || Instagram App
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