- A young man recently found the need to enlighten a 'momo' scammer who called him about how best to go about her operations
- In a video, he advised the scammer to always send the fake mobile money alert before she actually calls the victim
- He also admonished her to try and avoid unnecessary spelling errors in the message she forwards to people as much as possible
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A Ghanaian young man has recently got many people talking after a video of him educating a scammer on some of the mistakes that needs to be avoided surfaced online.
The video shared by @sikaofficial1 on Twitter had an anonymous young man teaching a lady who called him to scam him through a fake 'momo' alert to always make sure she sends the 'fake message' before she calls her victims.
He also advised the scammer to avoid spelling mistakes in her message as this would easily give her away.
The scammer was heard saying 'ok' at a point to what she was being told but later got annoyed and ended the call on the young an.
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The post has gathered a lot of reactions from netizens on Twitter. At the time of this publication, the post has gathered close to 300 likes with 105 retweets and 26 quote tweets.
Some of the comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
Chale the spells nu e be dem nor sheda Dey spell like that .. cuz MTN go flag and block demma numbers if it system sees such messages
the woman was so calm listening to him
Hahaha, e sey cut top. lol
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Watch the full video linked below;
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @wonuol_xxx went on the platform to speak about how someone scammed her.
She said that despite the fact that she had been trying not to pick up his call, she eventually answered out of frustration.
@wonuola_xxx stated that though she did not say ‘yes’ to his business proposal, she borrowed money from people, added it to her savings, and sent the man GH₵18,184.
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