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" Stay Away From Online Chamas " Kenyans Warned As 2023 Is Fast Approaching.

Because you can easily meet anyone online without having to worry about distance, social media has made it simple to communicate with others. Fraudsters have also benefited from this growth in order to steal from Kenyans and earn some quick money.

According to the most recent news, a well-known business counselor has cautioned Kenyans against investing in online chama.

The most common method used by fraudsters in Kenya to steal from Kenyans is through an online chama. Here, a fraudster will add you to a social media group and persuade you to donate a certain sum of money for a set amount of time, let's say Ksh 500 each month for a year. After that, they'll pledge to return your money.

When you do that, they will take your money but vanish when the time comes for you to receive it. There are several ways to save money, but using an online Chama should be your last resort because you risk losing your money.

The newest fraudster schemes in Kenya should be on your radar no matter what you're doing because they can let you to save some money.


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