WAEC Upgrade Scam: NG Fan Scams The Scammer..Beware of Tony Olumen Aka Alana Wilson

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April 11, 2016 – WAEC Upgrade Scam: NG Fan Scams The Scammer…Beware of Tony Olumen Aka Alana Wilson

A fan of NaijaGists.com has scammed a scammer who promised to upgrade her WAEC result.

Hear what Moscow-based Beauty said:

Hi Moderator of Naijagists,

My name is Beauty and I based in Moscow, Russia.
After your update on Tony Olumen and his Accomplice based on the upgrade of WAEC, I deliberately called him on Thursday night with my Moscow line. He claimed that i called at closing hour. I played along by telling him my niece needs her result to be upgraded and asked how much he takes to upgrade a subject and he said N6,000. I said no problem and asked him how I can send the money and he said he will send the account number of the engineer who usually upgrade the results. I told him to forward the account details, the following day, he was the first to call asking if i received the account details and i said no. I ask him to resend it that my niece will send her WAEC details to him. Lo and behold he quickly sent the account details thinking i am a fool. He probably thinks because i stay abroad, I will fall such scam.

Below is the account details he sent on Friday evening to me:

Account Name: Alana Wilson
Bank Name: First Bank
Account Number: 3074714798

After receiving this text, I never replied him till date. Please use the social media to expose these craps.

Another scammer scammed, kudos to Beauty.

9 thoughts on “WAEC Upgrade Scam: NG Fan Scams The Scammer..Beware of Tony Olumen Aka Alana Wilson

  1. Nabbing these people is so easy: the WAEC result upgraders, the Nigeria Customs impounded car auctioners, all of them are easy to be arrested. But where the Nigeria Police should work and get that money they thirst for, they leave it and create an illegal work somewhere else.

    Those scammers give their contact phone numbers, bank details etc. What else do we need before the law closes in on them?

    [email protected]! You remind me of Nwa Aba, a song that tells a similar story.

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