Police Arrest Lagos ‘Big Boy’ Who Buys Expensive Items With Fake Alerts (Video)

A man identified as Hanniel Princewill aka Moneybag is in police custody for swindling a businessman who owns a phone store in Lagos, IgbereTV reports.

A source said, “He goes around impressing girls by defrauding hardworking Nigerians with fake alerts. He purchased an iPhone XS Max worth N290k and an iPhone 13 worth N560k with fake alert from us.

Thank God we had CCTV footage and receipts else he would have denied it. He claims to be into the real estate business and opened a business account on Instagram. Apparently, the registration number of his supposed company is also fake.

He goes around swindling ladies with pseudo investment plans and packages, using their monies to fund his fake life style. He is a low budget Simon the tinder swindler. Nevertheless, he was caught and given enough brain-resetting slaps before he was apprehended by the police.”

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1 thought on “Police Arrest Lagos ‘Big Boy’ Who Buys Expensive Items With Fake Alerts (Video)”

  1. This issue has been happening for the past few years ? What is the regulatory body doing about this ? How come no one has been made liable ? Is this happening to all banks ?

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