With the tough economies, people are using all means to make ends meet without caring the impact it will have on other people. In Nairobi for instance, cases of fraud are on the rise with several people falling victims to their prey.
A middle-aged Nairobi man who has been exposed after his con game went sour. The man has been displaying a flamboyant lifestyle on social media which he has been using as a burgain to easly con his targets.
According to some testimonies of those who have fallen victim to this man, they say that he has been preying in naive ladies because of his flamboyant lifestyle and heavily built body. The man is believed to be pretending to be owning and running an online trading company where he says that he deals with forex trading.
Through his Facebook account, the man posts high end vehicles making it easy to fool his targets to believe in him.
He was first exposed by a lady on the popular Buyer Beware Group on Facebook and going through the comments, he has conned a lot of women.
Below are some of the reactions from his exposé;
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