Scam is everywhere, all over the net. So many people have fallen victim to the various scams and for one to be safe, one needs to be careful with the information they share with strangers. From account details to revealing the numbers on their ATM cards, to the kind of information they share on sites.
A twitter user with the username @mostlydipo posted a photo displaying a photo of his chat with a verified Zenith Bank account on twitter. From the photo, it's obvious he had some issues with his account which was why he sent a DM across to them but the response from them got him wondering if it is a scam or not. See the screenshot below:
The photo has generated lots of reactions. See them:
What do you think of the many questions? Would you say they are fake? Let me know your thoughts in the comment.
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