A suspected internet fraudster aka yahoo boy has alleged that a slayqueen who is studying at the University of Benin scammed him under false pretense.
He claimed to have paid her N25,000 as transport for her to travel and spend sometime with him but she did not show up.
The upcoming Yahoo boy shared screenshots of their conversation where they were making the arrangements and bargaining.
She requested for transport fare and he asked her how much he should send, but she told him to use his brain and figure it out.
After a series of back and forth, he insisted that she should mention an amount and she said N30,000 but he sent N25,000.
He cried out on social media after she received the money and refused to honour the agreement, rather she blocked him.
The furious man took screenshots of the slayqueen’s Instagram page and posted it online to expose her for scamming him.
See the post below:
In reaction, shadesofhamlet__ wrote; Very good 😂😂😂😂😂
larrysexy1; Omo he pain the boy o 😂
olarewaju__oluwaferanmi; Yahoo jam yahoo 😂
nurse_kenneth007; She can be sued under Nigerian constitution for this
prof.ego1999; Very soon nah justice for Telimo……🚶🚶🚶🚶
smartmoj; You wan invite classy ashawo and you dey send 25k for transportation… is it for eba, is it for garri?🙄 you be broke yahoo boy 🤣🤣🤣
haryor_gift; Scammer dey scam scammer. So 25k na scam for transport.
Similarly, the moment a Yahoo Boy discovered that he was being played by a colleague has been captured on tape and shared online
He tried to defraud client he believed is a white person but was left disappointed after finding out it was a Nigerian.
In a video making the rounds online, the Yahoo Boy was speaking with the ‘foreign client’ over the phone and lied about being terribly ill.
He claimed to be admitted at the hospital, so the supposed client offered to send money to sort out his medical bills.
The boy then probed to know how much the person intends to send and the client said 1,000. On hearing that, the scammer jumped up and almost started rejoicing before he quickly comported himself.
He asked if it was 1000 dollars, but the client apparently said no. He then wondered if it was 1000 pounds or euros that he should be expecting, but the victim who was probably trying to scam him too said it is N1,000.
On hearing that, the Yahoo Boy was shocked that he had to ask the client where they live and that was when the person mentioned Ikorodu.