Kenyans using Safaricom M-pesa services have always fallen into the traps of fraudsters.This inturn leads to massive loss of money from their accounts in mysterious ways.A good number of Kenyans operating M-pesa shops have significantly reported cases of theft from unknown individuals.In the current days, fraudsters device new ways to rob from innocent Kenyans without being noticed.
From the sound of that thought it is almost impossible, but believe me it is as easy as buying safaricom credit.The only difference is that you use a different approach.Being that Safaricom and Airtel company are two competing companies does not mean they don't have things in common.
Police in Migori County are searching for two suspected fraudsters who made away with Kshs 22000 from a mobile money transfer agent pretending to be clients. In a record that is slowly gaining attraction in the country,the fraudsters swiped the agents phone and withdrew all the money. The incident took place on 23rd March 2021 when the suspects approaches the mobile money transfer agent to make a transaction. Moments later, his accomplice in a pink clothes approaches and distracts the agent and called her out
T.K Kitana popularly known as Mr. Kilunda because of the role he played in the local drama show of Tahidi High is indeed a talented man.He decided to go back to their village even though he has a house in the capital city of Kenya as reported by Kenyans.co.ke.
A 25-year-old man is in police custody after he was arrested for allegedly defiling one-year-old girl at Bondo town in Siaya County.Confirming the incident Bondo Sub-County police commander Costa Oyoo said the accused forcefully took the girl to his M-pesa shop and misbehaved with her having noticed her mother had gone to the market for her usual business activities.
A woman who received money through M-Pesa by mistake from a businessman has been charged with stealing.Faith Apiyo was accused that on February 2 at Uyawi in Nango stole Ksh 54,000 wrongly sent to her phone.The money belonged to Mathews Onyango.
Mpesa is a mobile-based money transfer service launched in March 2007 by Safaricom.There are many people starting Mpesa business in Kenya.The business is increasingly becoming popular due to the high number of people requiring to send and receive money, pay for goods and services and transact business.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's government has remained committed in ensuring that Kenyans have access to quality and affordable health care.The National health insurance fund is the body that offers health insurance to all Kenyans who are members.
Njugush is a reknown comedian in Kenya who has been serving citizens with gags for several years.All he does in the name of fun reflect the life of what a common citizen goes through.
Due to increased rate of Covid-19 pandemic in our country, some churches particularly in the counties under total lockdown were forced to close.The government should therefore urge all the remaining churches to strictly adhere to the Covid-19 protocols given by the ministry of health.This churches are not supposed to exceed the required number of church members set by the ministry of health together with the government.
Safaricom limited company is always devolted to give it's customers the best services alongside various offers and promotions.These promotions however may not be permanent.They feature and go.During it's availability, safaricom subscribers reap the highest benefit.
M-Pesa is a mobile based money transfer service.Due to its popularity in the country,it has become one of the most popular businesses in Kenya.Just like any business,it is purposefully begun to generate profit.
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M-Pesa is currently the most used mobile money transfer in Kenya.This prestige also make it the most targeted platform by hackers who try to steal money from unsuspecting users.That is why today I am going to show you the ways fraudsters use to steal your money.
Lulu Hassan is one lady who seems to have the virtue of honesty.She will not allow seeing her title or her companies name being tempered with in any way.Recently, someone just tried to lie to Kenyans using their company's name.
As the Number of positive and fatality cases continue to rise in our country, the government together with the ministry of health should urge Kenyans to do the following during this period of Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
Africa's giant telecommunications service provider Safaricom is now shifting the world's most successful money transfer mobile system (MPESA) into a global fintech.
Great relief for all NHIF registered members following this emerging news.The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) is an insurance company which is owned by the government of Kenya, it is a medical insurance cover which is widely used by most of the Kenyans.
Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions hours after NHIF Kenya announced amnesty relief for all self-employed individuals.In a tweet by the NHIF Kenya, all self-employed registered members who may have not paid their regular fee for more than 12 months to benefit from the relief.