Ghanaian Man Reveals His Ghana Card Was Linked To 10 SIM Cards Without His Knowledge

Ghanaian Man Reveals His Ghana Card Was Linked To 10 SIM Cards Without His Knowledge

  • A gentleman called Nana Kwadwo Yeboah Asiamah has narrated how he discovered a suspicious incident regarding his Ghana card
  • According to him, while he was trying to get a new SIM card, he was told that he had exhausted the slots
  • After doing his checks with the help of a friend that works with a network service provider, he found out 10 unknown numbers were linked to his card

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Nana Kwadwo Yeboah Asiamah, a Ghanaian man, has revealed that 10 numbers were linked to his Ghana card without his knowledge whatsoever.

Speaking to TV3's Alfred Ocansey on live TV, the gentleman indicated how he found out about the suspicious incident.

According to him, he visited the MTN office because one of his mobile money numbers was having an issue, and he decided to seek redress.

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Photo of Nana Kwadwo Yeboah on TV3 with Alfred Ocansey
Ghanaian man speaking about unknown numbers linked to his Ghana card Photo credit: TV3GH
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While there, he tried to purchase another SIM card and register, only to be told that he had exhausted the maximum number of slots he could have as an individual.

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"I was surprised because I registered the three numbers in person at the MTN office. I didn't send anyone. So I was asked to fill a complainant form, which I did and patiently waited for them to get back to me," he recalled.

Later, according to Nana, MTN customer care said told him they had deleted all the unknown numbers, but he was still suspicious, so he contacted a friend who also works with a network service provider.

"My friend asked me, what job am I doing that I have so many SIM cards registered in my name? It was then that he indicated to me that 5 cards were registered with MTN while another 5 had been registered with Vodafone," Nana revealed.

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Ghanaian man who makes a living through 'momo' frauding claims he makes GH₵5k daily

Meanwhile, popular Ghanaian Twitter user SneakerNyame received a ton of reaction from the internet after sharing a conversation he had with a momo fraudster.

In line with a tweet from @SneakerNyame_, the fraudster told him he makes roughly 5000 cedis per day from deceiving people, so there is no way he intends to stop, he remarked on his Twitter page.

"I interviewed a man yesterday named Momo Fraudster, according to the post. He informed me they make 5000 cedis every day and there is no way he can quit or MT will arrest him, which shocked me much. I'll post the entire interview over the weekend."

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