This Is How Ryad Mahrez Lost 27 Million To An Online Fraudster
By Nzangiempire | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 3 views
Manchester city Winger Ryad Mahrez Lost 27 Million to an online fraudster though it took him five weeks to realize that he had been blackmailed.
The beneficiary who is 32 years old and works as a forklift driver in the west london used the money in casinos, restaurants and vacation in Ibza.
According to Sun, police expressed their worry on how Mahrez took a very long time to realize that money was being siphoned from his account.
The Algerian national earns 30 million in week for his services at manchester city. This means that the money he lost is just a week's pay.
The beneficiary who was identified as Mohammed had accepted a similar count in a London court and is awaiting to be sentenced. He however commits a similar case which may now land him into a serious sentence.
We have witnessed famous people get blackmailed by online fraudsters who are very good in convincing those who fall victims.
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