Lady finds out her lover is a scammer after sending him money

Lady finds out her lover is a scammer after sending him money

- A young lady with the Twitter handle @mayapologies has broken down in tears after she was duped by a lover she met on Facebook

- According to @mayapologies, she sent $333 (R5 040) to the man and later realised that he was a fraudster

- The lady said the man would always use the Memoji function whenever they made a FaceTime call

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A young lady has taken to social media to disclose how heartbroken she was after finding out that the 'love of her life' was a scammer.

The lady with the Twitter handle @mayapologies said she met the man through Facebook and during FaceTime calls, he would always make use of Memojis.

She wrote:

"Been crying for 4 hours because I just found out the love of my life that I met through facebook is actually a catfish. I've sent him so much money man... Ladies do NOT trust a man who wont take the Memoji off when you FaceTime them!!! Nobody deserves to feel like this."

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When someone asked the young lady how much she sent to the scammer, she said she sent exactly $333 (R5 040) to him.

Lady finds out her lover is a scammer after sending money to him
The young lady said she sent money to her online lover only to realise that he was scammer. Photo credit: @mayapologies
Source: UGC

In her words:

"Exactly $333 because he said he believed in angel numbers like me but idk what's real any more..."

Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their reactions as some could not believe that @mayapologies could be scammed in 2020.

A Twitter user with the handle @phoenix4619 wrote:

"You sent a nigga you've never laid eyes on money? During a pandemic?"

Another tweep with the handle @thepbg commented:

"First of all, we don't give money to men. Ever. Let's start there."

@bluemiiints wrote:

"Please tell me this is a joke cause sis... You LOOK smarter than this."


"Catfish been on TV since 2012 and you still got got."

Below are other reactions:

In other news, reported that a woman, Maria Uloko, has taken to Twitter to celebrate her daddy who despite his old age, studied hard for four years and became a doctor at the age of 65.

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Maria said that her dad had to strive for his PhD because he did not want her to be the only doctor in the family. In describing her father, the proud daughter said that he is her cheerleader, someone that is so incomparable to any other.

In making the announcement of his academic success known to his daughter in a text message, the man said: "I am now Dr Emmanuel Uloko."

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