Man Rain Curses On Yahoo Boy Who Scammed A Client With His Name (Photos)

A Nigerian who’s a a strong Biafran agitator, Somtoo Okoye, has called out on a fraudster who cloned his account and used it to scam his very close friend of the sum of N93,750.

Above is the cloned account. Read the story…

How 24 October 2017 turned out to be one of the saddest days of my life 
In my last post, I was writing about how Nigerians scam each other not knowing that someone, at the same time, was using a fake Facebook account bearing my name to scam Muhammad Junaid of his hard earned money of about N93,750 in Bitcoin.It started when I wrote that I needed Bitcoin to buy. Muhammad and some others signified interest in my comment box. But because I was looking out for the cheapest rate, I took a pause to eat breakfast while waiting for more sellers to arrive in order to pick the best bargain.

Now, somebody went and created a fake profile in my name, added Muhammad, asking him to send his Bitcoin to a wallet.

Thinking that it’s the same trusted “Somtoo Okoye” people have known for years and without asking any questions, he sent the Bitcoin to the scammer who disappeared, instantly deleting the profile/or Facebook deleted it.

Now, I don’t know why someone will use my name of all people to scam an unsuspecting fellow.

In the close to 30 years I’ve been on earth, no human being dead or alive(in Nigeria, abroad, earth, afterlife) will say I’ve taken what belongs to him/her. No mortal can say I’m owing him let alone scammed the person. Why should someone bring disarray and confusion to my whole day now by using my name to collect money from someone?

I now curse:
1. The scammer who stole Muhammed Juniad’s money or anybody’s money using my name.

2. Any local or international yahoo boy, 419er or scammer reading this……..”

– Fraudsters on the prowl… stay vigilant in all transactions.

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