Yahoo boys reportedly defraud 18-yr-old lady of her $37k life savings
An Australian lady has reportedly been defrauded of $37,000 (N27,195,000) by internet fraudsters commonly called Yahoo Boys.
The 18-year-old victim was said to have been saving the money to buy her dream house before she got swindled of everything.
According to a doctor and Influencer, Maxvayshia, who shared the story, it was the lady’s entire life savings from the work she’s been doing in her teenage years.
The post reads; “An 18 year old Australian who had been saving every single cent she worked hard for, just to be able to buy her dream house, just got scammed by internet fraudsters.
Her entire life’s savings of $37k gone, to probably a 17 year old Yahoo boy who also wants to drive Venza.”
Dr Maxvayshia expressed hopes in the existence and switness of karma that will fight for the victim.
He added; “The consolation here is what i know awaits internet fraudsters after earthly death. What they do to people is nothing compared to all the horror that patiently waits for them to drop their earth bodies at physical death.”
Meanwhile, CorrectNG earlier reported that a Nigerian lady said she prefers getting married to an internet fraudster who is into Yahoo Plus than being with a man who has a regular job.
She explained that Yahoo Plus Boys usually cash out with the help of jazz so they which is a guaranteed way of making sure there is endless supply of money.
She said Yahoo boys are better than working class men because they can always renew their wealth whenever it looks like money is getting exhausted.
According to her, if a working class man goes broke, he has no immediate way of getting rich or escaping financial problems.
The young lady stated this during a street interview as she further said that the fraudsters have family members they can use to replenish their riches, whereas the guys with normal jobs don’t have relatives which is why they are struggling day and night at work.
She also said she likes the way fraudsters pamper their girlfriends, take them out in their cars and how they act like cute couples with the babe in the front seat.
When asked if she would be comfortable staying with a Yahoo boy that is unable to make money for about three years, she rebuked the idea of such happening to her boyfriend.
She, however, reiterated that the benefit of being with him is that if the money gets exhausted he can always use the jazz and renew it.
The interviewer also asked if she is not scared of the fact that EFCC operatives often go after Yahoo boys, but she said she has no business with them.