- A lady, @MeetHajaar, has got people on social media laughing after sharing screenshots of her conversation with a scammer
- The scammer, who is a Nigerian, slid into the lady's DM on Instagram and struck a business deal with her
- After @MeetHajaar told the scammer she was going to drop N10 million (over GHC150,000) for the business, he dropped his account details and that was where the fun began
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A lady with the Twitter handle @MeetHajaar has taken to the social media platform to share her encounter with a scammer who tried to dupe her of N10 million over GHC150,000).
She shared screenshots of her Instagram conversation with the scammer. According to the young lady, the scammer, who is a Nigerian, opened a fake Instagram account and posed as a white man.
The scammer who adopted the name Mark Wilson asked @MeetHajaar to invest in his business after claiming he was into selling of laptops, phones, clothes and shoes.
As the conversation continued, @MeetHajaar knew the man was a scammer and she decided to play along and waste his time. She promised to invest N10 million (over GHC150,000) in the business and the man sent account details with a Nigerian name and bank.
He asked the lady to send the money into the account which he claimed belonged to his business partner's brother in Nigeria.
@MeetHajaar was, however, having fun by wasting his time and sending him fake transaction alert. She decided to advise him to quit fraud before he gets into trouble, but the fraudster blocked her.
Nigerians flooded the comment section of the post with funny reactions.
"I don't understand, why do all of them type like primary 2 dropouts?? Later, someone will say the use of English language doesn't matter."
Another tweep was in awe of how @MeetHajaar was so nice.
"Please tell him I'll also like to do business with him. I'll give him 50M and we'll split the profits 30:70."
"The least he could have even done is to learn how to write good English first before deciding to scam people.
"Please let’s know when he sends his account oo. I have one 50kobo I’m not using."
In similar news, a Nigerian lady on Twitter simply identified as Ifunanya shared a hilarious conversation she had with an internet fraudster she met on a dating site.
The lady with the handle @lovealwaysify was contacted by the Nigerian fraudster who adopted the name Clyde Crow on the dating site.
After Clyde's message to her, Ifunanya sent him a voice note and requested that the man reciprocate.
After hearing the voice note Clyde sent to her, the young lady realised that the person using a white man's picture on the dating site was a Nigerian trying to scam her.
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