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Fraudster Uses Cubana Chief Priest’s Name To Scam Social Media Users

Fraudster Uses Cubana Chief Priest’s Name To Scam Social Media Users

According to SaharaReporters, a fraudster has scammed many social media users who declared interest in joining Cubana Chief Priest and other rich Nigerians in a special VIP group where outcomes of football matches are correctly predicted to pay between N50,000 to N135,000 as registration fee. Information Guide Nigeria

A victim by name Ifeanyi Ben Moses disclosed that he was defrauded of N50,000 adding that after paying the said amount, he informed the fraudster and he never heard from the guy again.

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SaharaReporters reports that Moses said he fell for the fraud after seeing Cubana Chief Priest share a post on his page urging those interested in winning sports bets to message a mobile number on WhatsApp.

Moses said: “The guy is using Chief Priest’s name to scam people on social media. Many people have been falling for this scam without knowing it.

“He scammed me of N50,000, my hard-earned money. Something urgent should be done to stop this guy in order to save others from falling victim like I did”.

According to SaharaReporters, Labelled Cubana’s VIP Subscription, victims were asked to pay into an Access Bank account: Chimezie Paul Mbah 1504160311, for various packages.

The victim also revealed that the fee for a one-day subscription is N50,000, one week N95,000 and N135,000 for one month. Jamb Result 

Another victim identified as Felix said: “I never knew the guy was fake, otherwise I would never have fallen for his scam. He has refused to respond to my messages or add me to any group as promised.

“I wonder how many others he would have scammed this way”.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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