2 ladies trap, arrest fraudulent Bureau de Change worker

One of the Instagram users, 'Carsandrah', shared the story via her page, warning people to be wary of the so called Bureau de Change Operators who are out to defraud unsuspecting people.

The fake dollars

One of the Instagram users, 'Carsandrah', shared the story via her page, warning people to be wary of the so called Bureau de Change Operators who are out to defraud unsuspecting people.

Carsandrah told of how the culprits had allegedly swindled her friend of $6,500, pushing them to strategically plan to trap, and have the operators arrested.

Recounting their experience on a post where she shared the above photo of the alleged fake dollars they had been given, Cansandrah wrote:

"Be careful, people are so cruel. Few weeks ago my friend was swindled of 6500 dollars by these bureau de change people, she was approached and asked if she wanted to change money she said yes and they gave her a very good rate...told her their oga was gonna call her and kept asking her how much the money she wanted to change was...so they came with exactly the same 6500 dollars (fake) and some naira to change...got to a bank and told her they wanted to count and confirm her money, she gave them and they switched it, gave her come excuse about the naira not been complete yet and that they wanted to go get the lots from their own bank before it closes and they would be back....she collected her 6500 dollars naively and was waiting and waiting but they never came back or picked up her call again...it wasn't till we got to another mallams place that we knew we'd been duped.

"So we gave it like a month and decided to trail them and set them up, as God will have it we caught them today cos we told them we wanted to buy dollars about 5000 and the man and his boys showed up as usual with the original 5k and same fake bundles after having me confirm the money from the bank that it was good money they switched it and wanted to collect my money and give me fake...That's how we got them.

"Y'all be careful these scammers are everywhere, they are cruel, evil and heartless....May God protect us all from bad people...Amen!!!!"

A word, they say, is enough for the wise.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: eyewitness@pulse.ng

Recommended articles

CAF Awards 2022: 4 players who have no business being nominated for CAF Player of the year

CAF Awards 2022: 4 players who have no business being nominated for CAF Player of the year

Police rescue abducted kids in underground of Ondo church; pastor arrested

Police rescue abducted kids in underground of Ondo church; pastor arrested

For men: Here're 4 ways to tell if your partner is faking orgasm

For men: Here're 4 ways to tell if your partner is faking orgasm

P-Square, Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Ckay, Kizz Daniel, among Afrobeats line up for Afronation

P-Square, Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Ckay, Kizz Daniel, among Afrobeats line up for Afronation

When and where to watch Super Eagles of Nigeria vs São Tomé and Príncipe

When and where to watch Super Eagles of Nigeria vs São Tomé and Príncipe

'I have never raised my hand to hit my wife' - Chacha Eke's estranged husband speaks

'I have never raised my hand to hit my wife' - Chacha Eke's estranged husband speaks

Owo massacre: Amotekun arrests suspects in connection with church attack

Owo massacre: Amotekun arrests suspects in connection with church attack

Taiwo Awoniyi set for Union Berlin return just 28 days after joining Nottingham Forest

Taiwo Awoniyi set for Union Berlin return just 28 days after joining Nottingham Forest

Ladies! These are 5 things you shouldn't say to your man during s*x

Ladies! These are 5 things you shouldn't say to your man during s*x