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Don't get scammed on OLX... 5 Safety tips

Here are some tips on how not to get scammed when using classified retail websites.

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Considering the amount of fraudsters online, patrons and sellers lately have found using a classified site to be quite risky. As much as there are honest people seeking to market or procure or sell their wares, a lot still exist who want to exploit people (e.g the kidnap of the Orekoya children).

On this episode of Raves and Reviews, Chioma explains certain how not to get scammed or defrauded.

Here are five easy steps to avoid being victimized online, and links to past stories to help one better learn how to navigate these classified sites.

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