Lady reveals how a scammer tried duping her through bank transfer

A lady has shared her experience after a scammer on social media user claimed $6,600 will be sent to her through transfer to her bank account in form of a loan but gave suspecting condition.

Social media user, Simi_Sophia took to her page to share how a scammer attempted to smoothly talk her into sending her debit card for a bank transfer loan to be approved.

Lady reveals how a scammer tried duping her through bank transfer


She shared the conversation between herself and the scam account. In the message, the scam account holder tried to explain how she worked as a third party between the bank and another company who are ready to give loans of up to $6,600 while they take a charge of $2500 after the deposit is confirmed.

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The scammer went on to say that before the loan can be approved or the money deposited, she would have to send her debit card to enable the third party company she works with deduct their $2,500 charge and then send back the debit card back to her, saying it will only be done once.

The scammer had initially what bank she uses and how long she has been using the account. She later found out that the profile picture of the account was that of another user which she wasted no time pointing out to the scammer.

See tweet below.

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https://twitter.com/simi_sophia/status/1174272078238945280?s=12

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