You have frequently seen them. Most of the times, they walk in groups wearing designer clothes, and Rolex watches, driving German machines, drinking expensive bottles and surrounded by beautiful women. However, many don't know how these people operate. Often, many people think that they just deal with fake money. Well, that's just a tip in the iceberg. The story of 'wash wash' cartels!
'Wash wash' is a term that emanated from brainshwashing which essentially defines their activities. Brain washing has always been their first step to succeed. They make people believe that they have huge sums of through living an expensive lifestyle. 'Wash wash' cartel even go to the extent of hiring expensive cars from car bazaars just to look the part and many a times they succeed. 'Wash wash' business operates in three different methods, the common being the fake money scam.
This is the most common method they use. They look for desperate University students and jobless youths. First, the desperate youth will need money materials. It includes a chemical for washing fake money to real money. For example, for a hundred thousand material you will buy it with Ksh10,000. This is usually a small amount of money that can be afforded by the desperate guys.
The next step is changing the materials to money. At this time, you will have the 100000 material which are basically black fake notes. To turn them into real money, you'll require an expert to use the chemicals. This is where the con game begins. Mostly, guys spend almost 50k to complete the process. The guys will now believe they can turn their money themselves using the chemical. While reaching home, they turn but they fake money refuses to turn. They have been coned.
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