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Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 12:37am On Sep 02, 2019
Few Days ago The EFCC made about 19 arrest in port Harcourt involving a group running fake Ponzy Scheme to dupe and defraud unsuspecting Victims.
This is a similar case Involving One Miss Christianiana Onuoha who owns and manages a Scam Facebook Group by the name Givers Forum. Unlike the arrest made in Port Harcourt, the fake ponzy scheme organization had an address, but Miss Christiana Onuoha doesn't which makes it 90% impossible to recover your funds once you'r duped, get blocked and get kicked out from the group.

On August 21st last month, around few minutes before 11a.m i got a call from a friend of mine asking me if I'm free to WhatsApp, i affirmed, then she sent me a voice message on WhatsApp explaining in details how she got duped by Miss Christiana Onuoha through Her Facebook Scam Group for an amount you may term 'small', but she and i knows how much that money means to her.

I didn't find it funny that a lady would dupe a fellow lady with clean and clear conscience and live safely with it.

Going through the conversation my friend had with Miss Christiana, you would see how it all started. Even after telling her the money was her last hope of feeding that alone didn't spring up the Christian Being in her to forfeit her mischievous planz, instead it only motivated her to chop the 2k (a girl told you was for her feeding) and clean mouth.

She sealed her plans to defraud her off 2k when she told her not to make the payment public like others does.
She went hungry for 3days(surving on N900) with the hope she's getting 6k in 3days that would go along way taking care of her feeds, instead she got blocked and kicked out of the group with clean and clear conscience. You could imagine the pain this girl went through for days, and she decided to talk to me.

Mods: lalasticlala, mynd44 please help me move to. FP so there wouldn't be any more victims of this scam.. Thanks

Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by DrNueLpureHoney: 12:42am On Sep 02, 2019
This is so serious....the best option is to report the group on facebook
Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 12:48am On Sep 02, 2019

Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 12:54am On Sep 02, 2019
And then it all ends.she blocked her after stealing from her

Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 1:09am On Sep 02, 2019
This situation greatly moved me and
I had to make moves.
1- I got screenshots of all there discussions to The point she(Christiana Onuoha) blocked out my friend.
2- i had to get into the group and watch there activities. My first 2 attempts weren't successful, i had to inbox the Scammer (Christiana Onuoha)

After my failed attempts to get into the group with both of my accounts, i had to initiate plan B by chatting the Scammer privately, introduced myself to her and showed willingness to be part of her group. I told her my plight of unsuccessful attempts to get it, she gave me hints in what i wasn't doing right, i quickly corrected my steps and she approved my request. I used the corrections i she gave to correct myself and also got in with my second account (because i know at a point when she realized what i was on her list for she'd block me out like she did to my friend)

We deliberated a while on my username and DP which the stupid lady with brazing audacity asked me to change LMAO, i quickly reminded her she wasn't talking to a Boy, even my mum can't give me such commands, i put her in her place the next second.

I had to fake being interested and willing to be part of the scheme going on in her scam group, so i asked questions which she wasted no time to answer me and was so much in a hurry for me to join her bandwagon of cyber robbery and be a victim of social media scam.

I slowed her speedometer down with a question that exposed how illicit and well orchestrated her scheme was setup to defraud unsuspecting Victims off there money(as you can see on pic)

She has over 2k members, then i asked "does all this people participate in this" ". She said No, just about 1k does.
My next question was"how many admins are there i the group". She said 3 of which 1 is just A moderator who only takes care of the group's fb page,leaving them with just 2 admins overseeing the manual recycling ♻ of payment between the 1k people participating in this scheme every 3days you get 3x the amount you started with lol(very funny). Even a well written computer program specifically designed for this purpose is bound to have errors at some point because not all would get paid, some will get skipped on numerous occasions and some would not get the equivalent or supposed amount of money they started with.
Here this scammer with a little or know Idea of what she's claiming to run successfully confidently told me they run the recycle ♻ without stress lol.

Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 1:24am On Sep 02, 2019
After getting thus details, i had to initiate the next step I'll put in place to unleash the purpose of which i was there. I asked her if i could make enquiries from anyone in the group about this before i join,she gave her consent. I went mute i didn't text her for 3days or there about.
When i did, i faked being occupied with work. Then i asked for her whatsapp digits [with the intentions of forwarding the voice messages how my friend explained how she was duped by this lady], she quickly gave me her whatsapp coz she saw me as a big meat which would fill the mouth.

I Striked a conversation with her, as always she was quick to ask me for my details so i could join her wagon,i slowed her down as always reminding her i got a purpose for asking for her whatsapp digits and she stepped

Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 1:48am On Sep 02, 2019
On WhatsApp I Strucked a conversation with her, as always she was quick to ask me for my details so i could join her wagon,i slowed her down as always reminding her i got a purpose for asking for her whatsapp digits and she stepped On her breaks allowing me to send the voice messages i got from my friend days back to her, she kept mute for some time, then i had to speak in the most diplomatic manner, as calm as i could coz i don't want things going sour.she asked for The Girls name(showing she's not the only one who's been a victim of her fraudulent scheme) i responded by forwarding her all the ss of the conversation that ensured between she and my friend. The only thing this lady could mutter was "she's mistaken" blocked me on WhatsApp, i rushed to messenger and asked "I want to understand, what do you mean by she's mistaken?" she blocked me on messenger also and from her group with the speed of lightning.

Re: Givers Forum: A Scam Facebook Group by franklyneo(m): 2:16am On Sep 02, 2019
I laughed mhen, a dull scammer felt she's smart? That it all ends on social media with the "Block" button. It doesn't end on social media.
I took time to write this stating all carefully so you could broadcast, share the link, warn your friends and family to stay away from the Facebook group with the name "Givers Forum" with the fraudulent Miss Christiana Onuoha at the helm of affairs. Thanks alot, together let's purge them out from the roots..

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