Man surprised with R1.4K after financial advice helped follower

Man surprised with R1.4K after financial advice helped follower

- Ivyn Sambo shares advice and support for his followers on Twitter and was recently a recipient of a generous gift

- A follower of Ivyn's thanked him for the financial advice he posts by gifting Ivyn with R1 400

- Ivyn excitedly thanked the unnamed lady by sharing a screenshot of the money she put into his bank account

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Ivyn Sambo is a popular Twitter user who shares a range of posts on the social networking site. His bio states that he is a Law student at UWC and a financial education content creator but not a registered financial advisor.

Surprisingly, one of Ivyn's followers sent him a direct message asking for his banking details. She then sent him R1 400. The unnamed lady called Ivyn to thank him for his tweets.

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Ivyn stated that his tweets had helped her through a difficult financial period in which she did not know what to do. He excitedly shared a screenshot of the electronic funds' transfer titled "Twitter Help."

Man surprised with R1.4K after financial advice helped follower

Ivyn Sambo tries his best to help those where he can online and recently a follower transfer R1 400 into his bank account as a thank you. Image: @IvynSambo
Source: Twitter

Take a look at Ivyn's tweet below:

Many South Africans felt an overwhelming sense of happiness at the random act of kindness. Take a look at some of the responses below:

@KhanyoNV said:

"Some people value the help they get from other people. Twitter is not that bad."

@wealthyhealthyl wrote:

"That's awesome. It's the way of the future. Provide value first and then people will pay for it."

@ChrisRBest tweeted:

"Inspirational stuff! Love these small success stories due to hard work!"

@evelyn_rampola responded with:

"Best gift. May she be blessed."

In other news about good Samaritans, recently reported on a lady who thanked her mother's colleagues for helping her organise a birthday party for her daughter.

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Taking to Facebook, Dineo MaGatsheni shared a beautiful post in which she thanked her mother's colleagues for helping her pull off a simple yet heartwarming birthday celebration for her beautiful little girl.

"Such a good day. Thank you to mummy and mummy's colleagues. My daughter really did enjoy it," she sweetly captioned the pictures of her child sitting near a table that was decorated with a cake and other sweet stuff.

The sweet Facebook post also features pictures of her daughter and a few friends enjoying the cute little birthday setup that was made special for her by the thoughtful colleagues of her dedicated mother.

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