How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation

I have seen so many facebookers complaining and lamenting their ordeal in the hands of fake scam companies who invite people for interview only to introduce them to fake drug marketing business. I’m doing this not only because these companies waste people’s time, energy and T-fair going to such interviews, but also because most of these scammers extort money from hapless job seekers thereby making their suffering times two. Imagine a scammer extorting N10,500 from a graduate who has been unemployed for years, not to talk about the transport fare…

5 Most Painful Type of Nigerian Scams

Y’all already know just how altruistic we are here on Fifietalks right? Yes you do. Come on, don’t lie. You do. Well today we are here to teach you how to better protect yourselves. Again. Yes we already gave you some scam protection on 5 ways to not be scammed in Nigeria. As you should know by now, official unofficial Nigerian motto is- scam or be scammed. Yes, people. It’s literally a jungle out there. And if you look hard enough just at the border that separates us from cotonou…

3 Ways Nigerians React to Getting Scammed

When you live in a region like Nigeria, getting scammed is as much of a daily occurrence as drinking water is. So much that when you tell another Nigerian you just got scammed they most definitely go “are you serious? Just last week I lost half my salary to scammers, my brother lost his car and my neighbour lost his nose”. Yes people, it’s a competition of who has lost the most to scammers or who knows who has lost the most to scammers. You go to buy a phone…

“Portia is a scammer” wails a frustrated Nigeria weh she scam

The way dem dey take open nyash these days for Facebook don dey fear me, as in dey do with careless abandonment…woosaa style🙆🏼‍♀😂   Everybody sabi Facebook celeb Portia abi? If you no sabi am make I give you small BIO; She is a Naija Deltan, one of core GEJ dem political campaigning peeps dat year. Some time ago she pulled one crap for wall ( Click Here >> Burnt driver story ) which turned out to be LIES las las…smh🤦🏽‍♀   This time na one bobo with vexing spirit…

Between Facebook Slayqueen and her ‘duper’

Duping people online is like the in thing now, like a lot of people are doing it boldly and getting away with it. A Facebook slay queen Iwuoha Lynda Ngozi Nora, took to her wall to cry out about her experience with one. She wrote “Just saw this petty criminal who duped people including me off their money in the name of novel on Instagram. Dude had the effrontery to tell me “excuse me miss. Have some manners” when I confronted him. I have suffered.”     Her friends were more…

The SCAM IN VOGUE: No good deed goes Unpunished.

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My people, Oscar Wilde was right. No good deed goes unpunished. Yesterday, someone tagged me to a post on Facebook. “Kokomma, come and see story oooo! Come and help us share this.” The post had been put up by a Facebook friend, Kate Bassey. I saw a series of screenshots of inbox chat messages, and went through all of them, one after the other. It was a chronological documentation of a conversation between Kate and a certain Seunfumi O. Williams, the ECOWAS youth president in Nigeria. The latter had requested…