- An oyinbo man was able to trace boy who wanted to scam someone in America back to Port Harcourt
- As a way to get the man's details, he tricked him into believing there was free US money waiting for him
- The yahoo boy's location was caught when he clicked on a link he thought was to process the money
An oyinbo man who has a master's degree in homeland security said he helped one of his followers who a yahoo boy wanted to scam.
To track the person down, the man sent an email saying he was to give the person US government money. The supposed scammer asked the man to pay through Bitcoin or Apple gift card.
Yahoo boy caught, traced to Port Harcourt
The man sent him a tricky link and he clicked on it, revealing both his location and IP Address. He was able to trace the yahoo boy to Port Harcourt.
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The security expert was even able to get his WhatsApp number. He turned in all his details to the police to get him.
Watch the video below:
Yen.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
Rae Berrii said:
"Dem never knack this one better jazz."
Scott Peterz said:
"You just improved our ways buddy thanks for the no weird links update."
"You no do reach hushPp nah..continue....You go no say no be Evian create phone...Nah oyibo wey create pencil create eraser."
"I’m sorry but Nobody speaks Hausa in port harcourt and I promise we are all not like this."
"Lol Dey play."
"Work send u link u dey click am, u no dey update urself Abi u no knw say link dey to cast ur work or link to get access to all ur phone apps nd logins."
Ruqayyah Cutie wondered:
"WHY IS IT ALWAYS MY PEOPLE."
Great name said:
"Make soap boys catch you first."
"Can you teach me how to do this because I was just scammed through Walmart app. I’m afraid they have all my info."
Lady cried after yahoo boy scammed mum
Meanwhile, Yen.com.gh earlier reported that a young white lady, @ashleynicole_51, went online to share how a Nigerian scammer (yahoo boy) ruined her mother and family.
Sharing a video on TikTok, the daughter stated that her mother fell in love with the scammer and sent him 20 bands (of money) for six months.
American woman flew to Nigeria
In other news, a woman on TikTok, @blessedtamma, who lived in America, made a short video showing the moment she travelled to Nigeria to marry her love.
She filmed herself in an aeroplane moments before it touched down. Seconds into the video, the woman looked happy in her white wedding gown.
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