A Nigerian man has revealed that he is considering exposing his friend’s fraudulent activities to the appropriate authorities because he failed to settle his N7 million debt.
He claimed the person is an old school mate whom he loaned N20million to change into dollars six months ago.
According to him. the friend does foreign exchange trading, but CBN close his account sometime back, so he asked for refund of his N20m.
The man said his guy paid about N13million but there is still N7million outstanding he is expecting, and he is aware that he is into fraud.
He said that he wants to either report him to CBN that he has resumed the illegal FX gig or to the EFCC.
He gave his friend a 2-week ultimatum to refund the remaining N7m.
He wrote; “Please I gave someone 20m to change to USDT for me 6 months ago. l know him we went to school together in Lagos. FX is what he does on the side now CBN closed his account and took the money while he is trying to get it back I told him pay me my money back abeg.
He has paid like almost 13m now but now he is defaulting and it’s not like he is broke broke you see him going out always eating like a fool.
Now my options are to report him to CBN that he has started FX again and I know he does fraud too. I have enough details of his fraud work I also want to tip EFCC. I have given him ultimatum for 2 weeks and 1 more week is left to return the full balance. Should I report him?”
Meanwhile, a Caucasian man recently took to social media to reveal how he scammed people who tried to defraud him.
The young guy narrated how he was able to make more than $20,000 from defrauding a bunch of internet fraudsters.
According to the techie, he located the scammers through their investment videos online where they released WhatsApp numbers for unsuspecting victims.
He then contacted them and showed interest in making an investment of 20 thousand dollars and asked each of them how much returns they can guarantee.
Excited by the thought of getting such amount from him, some of the cyber scammers promise paying him $140k by the end of the week.
The software engineer then created a fake version of CashApp and recorded a video of himself acting like he is sending $10,000.
However, he programmed it in such a way that made it to look like CashApp is withholding the money because of how large the sum is.
It then requests them to send him $50 to unlock the account so that they can access the 10k they thought he sent to them.
He shared screenshots of his account statement showing how the unsuspecting scammers sent him amounts ranging from 50 dollars to 75 dollars, not knowing that they are being scammed.