With the current state of our nation where many people are jobless and those working are not earning enough to satisfy their needs, many people have resulted to being cons and are using different methods to con other people.
Mpasho has come out to reveal one of the new techniques dishonest people are using to con hardworking Kenyans.
This is by forwarding them M-pesa messages from their transactions and later calling claiming they have sent you money wrongly, demanding their money back.
And according to what most of them suggested, one is supposed to forward the message to 333 and the number that sent the message for action to be taken.
Below are a section of reactions with suggestions of what is supposed to do in such a case
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