Man captured manufacturing IPhone 11 prom max at Nkrumah Circle (Video)

Man captured manufacturing IPhone 11 prom max at Nkrumah Circle (Video)

- A man has been seen making iPhone 11 pro max in a new video

- He was captured placing the three-camera feature at the back of an iPhone X

- The man is said to be a trader at Kwame Nkrumah Circle

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YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of a man making his own version of the iPhone 11 pro max.

The man, YEN.com.gh gathered, is a phone trader at the popular Kwame Nkrumah Circle.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the man was captured placing what looks like a sticker with three cameras at the back of an iPhone X.

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He does this so carefully and craftily that unless told, one would think the phone is an original iPhone 11.

On his table, the man was also seen with many of the fake cameras showing how he might have made many of those fake phones and sold to unsuspecting people.

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported a case of fraud but this time with mobile money.

Unfortunately for the fraudster and fortunately for the customer, a rooster crowed in the background when he was trying to deceive him, thus exposing him.

The fraudster had called a mobile money customer to inform him that he had won a prize from the telecom network and needed to go through a procedure to claim the prize.

In another report, a different fraudster was also busted for trying to defraud another mobile money customer.

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