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Bitcoin Aspirants Be Wary Of Promise Njoku A Big Time Scammer!! by godsamist: 9:44am On Jan 21, 2018
To Nairalanders happy weekend and welcoming into a promising year ahead!
It might interest you to know that Nairaland was created with the best interest of helping, building and assisting one another.
Unfortunately, this very divine purpose has been thwarted, abused and violated by fraudsters and scammers alike.
But be rest assured, Nairaland shall continue to strive higher and better despite all these internet Hawks in human form.

Some weeks ago,an advertiser with user's name :Akuuu. came up with an advert ,claiming he wants 10 persons to teach on how to make $60 a day through Bit coin.
Upon reading such advert, one wouldn't know that promise had evil agenda in the offering.
He sold the software as high as #6000, and after registration, was told to reactivate my account with $50....Promise claimed, he sells dollars and promised to fund my account.
The exact amount was paid in naira,summary of all deals......I lost hard borrowed #25000. to that thief.
Ever since he stopped picking my calls!
My question is how far can promise go with somebody's sweat and succeed?
His details are: Bank=Diamond bank PLC.
Account no:2224352236.
Gsm no: 08162824038.
Email address: drbenjones 111@gmail.com.
Definitely, he might change all these details in order to continue his nefarious act.
Nairalanders is high time to shine your eyes when dealing with any so called advertisers in this forum.
Most of them here are internet vampires. please and please be wary of promise Njoku a big time scammer.
I leave his case to God for judgment!!!

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Re: Bitcoin Aspirants Be Wary Of Promise Njoku A Big Time Scammer!! by boborneyor(m): 7:04am On May 10, 2018
https://www.nairaland.com/4223984/latest-bitcoin-scam......Check this link on how he used another name and account number to scam people

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