Rea Tsotella viewers' jaws drop over Forex scam and bewitched panties

Rea Tsotella viewers' jaws drop over Forex scam and bewitched panties

- Rea Tsotella got hella hectic with Forex trading scams and witchcraft affairs

- Two girls got scammed out of R10k and another lady believes her panties got used in witchcraft

- Viewers were left feeling some type of way and took to social media to express their feelings - it was a lot

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Last night’s episode of Rea Tsotella focused on something all of us have come across or faced at one point of another – crooked Forex traders.

There are so many pyramid schemes and promises to get rich quick that you would think people would know better by now than to actually fall for it.

Briefly.co.za saw how Moshe Ndiki helped ladies who trusted a man with R10k of their money and got scammed, hard!

No matter where you look on social media, there is a Forex trader post, comment or advertisement promising millions without doing anything other than paying in an initial investment amount.

These Forex traders promise millions from a small investment and are more often than not a scam.

These two ladies tried their luck and got taken for a ride. After being promised millions, mentorship and training in trading, all these ladies got was scammed.

Moshe helped them track the conman down.

However, it was the second issue of the episode that really left jaws dropping.

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A woman by the name of Miriam told the story of how she believed she got bewitched by a man named Sibeko after the two had intimate relations.

Sibeko allegedly used Miriam’s underwear to put a spell on her after he lost all his money with her and not his actual wife.

Moshe was blown away by the situation and so were viewers.

Social media blew up over the episode with many puzzling over Miriam’s situation and questioning why the girls were that silly to give a man they didn’t know R10k.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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