In the last few hours, there’s been a major divide in Nigeria as many have defended or called out fraudsters following the arrest EFCC operatives made at Club 57 in Ikoyi and the fight between Noble Igwe and Oyemykke. However that has not stopped a white lady who fell prey to the fraud scheme of a Nigerian man, from calling him out.
According to the lady @sk_nana_momma, the Nigerian man identified as Ovili Louis who she has known for 7 months, showed off his fraudulent side after she opted out of a relationship with him. Here’s what she wrote below;
ATTENTION WOMEN OUT THERE! PLEASE SHARE!!The EFCC has been contacted. Beware of this person… I have “known” him 7 months now and beware!!! Do not fall for his lies!! He claims to be a Godly man… his true colors came out when I don’t want a relationship with him… I have every message he has sent me, all receipts of everything sent to him… please beware ladies!!! I fell in love with this man, my whole family and friends “knew” him… just a message for females to guard your hearts and minds and put God first always #lessonslearned#fake#godhelphim#exposed LOUIS OMENOGOR OVILI is the name he goes by. Please talk with this person with caution. His WhatsApp is Louis Okkin, Facebook name Omen Branded… BEWARE
Few months ago, it was reported that a Troy woman was scammed out of more than $700,000 when she believed the lies of someone posting a fake profile on a dating website. The woman sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to someone who doesn’t even exist, sending shockwaves through the Troy community.
“Wow, that’s scary,” Carol Corbin said. “I mean, I would think twice before I gave somebody that much money.”
Troy police have never had a scam in which so much money was stolen, and it was the talk of the town.
“I’m not that trusting,” Corbin said.
But police said the 58-year-old grandmother was that trusting, and perhaps lonely. She was looking for companionship on the singles dating site Match.com.