Skip to comments.Nigerian influencer with 2.4 million Instagram followers who posted pictures of private jets and luxury watches is arrested in Dubai amid claims of a £350million cyberscam
Posted on 06/29/2020 3:36:58 AM PDT by C19fan
A Nigerian influencer who posted photos of his life of luxury on private jets has been arrested amid claims of a £350million cyberscam. The FBI seized more than £30million in cash when they stormed the apartment of 38-year-old Raymond Abbas in Dubai when he was sleeping. Investigators say the Instagram star portrayed a billionaire lifestyle in order to 'lure victims from all over the world'.
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“...This guy is not a prince from Nigeria. He is the King of Nigeria.”
And he wants to tell you GOD BLESS, and that he needs your GODLY AND VALUABLE assistance to transfer a large sum of money out of Nigeria, if you will be so kind as to share your banking details.
Good to know the FBI is arresting Nigerians in Dubai when they could be here arresting terrorists. The Dubai police are certainly up to the task of arresting one Nigerian scammer. I wonder how many agents this took and how much this FBI jolly cost the taxpayers.
The next email you receive from this guy could actually be a real plea for help if you’ll find someplace to stash millions of dollars for him. Of course, he’ll split it with you..
” I wonder how many agents this took and how much this FBI jolly cost the taxpayers.”
Why not wait until he has completed his time in Dubai (Chopistan?), we can get what’s left.
I suspect the costly US prison systems are much nicer than the others?
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