Yesterday, the story of popular Facebook Mallam Na Tia who has been scammed by a scammer he tried to scam went viral.
According to the story, Na Tia contacted the lady, Esi Akyere Ntiamoah and told her he could give her $1000 if he sends $100 to her. It’s the popular double money he deals in.
The lady suspecting a scam told him he is willing to invest $100,000 for $1,000,000. But to be assured he is not a scam, she will send $100 to him and expect $1000. That will be a test to prove he is real.
Naa Tia who thought he has caught a mugu sent the money to her to catch a big fish. Things turned around quickly when Esi after receiving the money told Naa Tia she is no me interested in the deal.
Naa Tia who now claims he borrowed the money from the bank has been pestering her and pleading with her to return $900
The Mallam’s whose photo is mostly used by these scammers has finally spoken in an interview with Tamale based radio station.
According to the renowned chief from the Northern Region, he is not behind the numerous fake Mallams who are using his images to defraud people on social media.
He warned everyone to block any such person who comes in his name to request for money to do some miracle.
Well, now you know. The real powerful Na Tia will never ask you for money on social media and he is not behind the numerous fake accounts