Legendary actress Tina Jaxa claims she was scammed through Bolt app

Legendary actress Tina Jaxa claims she was scammed through Bolt app

- Tina Jaxa claims a friend misused her banking details on the Bolt taxi ride app after she let her use her card to pay for food

- The actress has opened a case of fraud against the friend

- Sunday World reports that Bolt management also did its own investigation into the matter

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Tina Jaxa is in the process of getting to the bottom of fraud that was done on the Bolt app using her banking details.

The actress was alerted to the matter when she received notifications of money being deducted from her account for Bolt rides that she did not order.

Sunday World reports that, when Tina queried the matter with Bolt management, they gave her the name and number of the person who had ordered the rides.

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It turns out the person was a make-up artist friend, who lived in Ferndale, that she had once let use her card to pay for food.

The actress freaked out and quickly opened a case with the police.

When the police tracked her down, the make-up artist said she was not the only one with access to Tina's banking details and pin.

She said her former housemate, who's an actor, and a mutual journalist friend of theirs also have Tina's banking details.

Police are continuing with investigations.

Tina is a well-loved actress who has been in Mzansi's entertainment industry for over 25 years.

Her most well-known role is arguably that of Lorraine on the now cancelled soapie Isidingo.

Tina also enjoyed a long stint on the original Generations.

The star has appeared in multiple movies, the latest of which is Mzansi Magic's Kodwa Ma.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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