A lady, simply identified as Hajaar, has taken to Twitter to share her encounter with an alleged scammer who tried to dupe her of 10 million naira.
The lady with Twitter handle @BillionaireHajaar shared screenshots of her Instagram conversation with the scammer. According to her, the scammer, who is a Nigerian opened a fake Instagram account and posted a white man’s pictures to make her think he is a foreigner.
From the chat, the man said he is a businessman involved in the sales of laptops, phones bags, shoes, etc. He promised to give her huge returns if she invests in the business.
The lady, who already deduced that he was a scammer, played along with him and offered to invest N10million into the business. After much back and forth, the “international” scammer sent a First Bank account for her to transfer the money into, which made it obvious that he is a fraudster.
Sharing the screenshots, Hajaah said,
“Okay, Someone sat down, ran through Instagram and told himself, “yes, I can scam this one today”. And picked my handle. First he opened an account just two days ago. See when he made his first post(3rd slide).Then sent Hi to me. Lmao! I’m the wrong person fam! So I said okay now!”
Read their conversations below,
See her tweet below,
Okay, Someone sat down, ran through Instagram and told himself, “yes, I can scam this one today”. And picked my handle. First he opened an account just two days ago. See when he made his first post(3rd slide).Then sent Hi to me. Lmao! I’m the wrong person fam! So I said okay now! pic.twitter.com/fO2ngwih7S
— BILLIONAIRE HAJAAR (@MeetHajaar) January 13, 2021
Nigerians flooded the comment section of the post with funny reactions.
@Quin_didi wrote: “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.
@Emanuwel__ commented: “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.”
@OkereUzumaki reacted “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.”