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|Could Nairaland Be Promoting Scam?? [PHOTOS] by Albertone(m): 12:17am On Sep 25, 2021|
So I saw a Nairaland ad that advertised teaching people how to withdraw money illegally from a stolen atm card.
Even the first step directed one to Steal an atm card.
The person still claims he/she is teaching it for educational purposes.
Why on earth will you educate one on how to commit a crime??
Yahoo boys will surely salivate to such ads.
Now,our darling "World best forum" accepted and displayed this ad.
|Re: Could Nairaland Be Promoting Scam?? [PHOTOS] by chukwuibuipob: 12:28am On Sep 25, 2021|
|Re: Could Nairaland Be Promoting Scam?? [PHOTOS] by chukwuibuipob: 12:39am On Sep 25, 2021|
dem go use hypo wipe Ur thread b4 y wake up
Albertone:Nah God hand we dey
|Re: Could Nairaland Be Promoting Scam?? [PHOTOS] by Enskynelson(m): 4:33am On Sep 25, 2021|
Omo... This is serious! What is the possible explanation for this? I think Seun should act fast if this is true.
|Re: Could Nairaland Be Promoting Scam?? [PHOTOS] by chukwuibuipob: 5:05am On Sep 25, 2021|
Just be careful/nor talk.Type/search for jeff2010 and read his thread.U go fear pipu
|Re: Could Nairaland Be Promoting Scam?? [PHOTOS] by Albertone(m): 10:05am On Sep 25, 2021|
chukwuibuipob:Someone once complained that he was scammed by one of those btc vendors that was advertised by Nairaland.
No one did anything to help....Till date,I still see the banner of that vendor on Nairaland.
But if it is to ban and delete threads,the mods are usually over gingered.
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