Fraudster Boys Caught By Police Fighting Over Dollars They Scammed Online (photos)

The Fraudsters Gang
Physinews.com: Luck ran out on seven yahoo boys after they
were paraded by the police on Thursday. The
men were arrested on Saturday after an
aggrieved member of the group ‘snitched’ on
them for trying to cheat him out of the money
they scammed.

Henry Ezechie and six others who allegedly
specialise in internet fraud are now cooling their
heads in police custody.


According to The Nation , the suspects were all
arrested after Ezechie who felt cornered in a
$7,090 deal he had with Kenneth Eric alias
Biggie, petitioned the police alleging that the
others were kidnappers and fraudsters.
It was gathered that detectives from the State
Criminal Investigation and Intelligence (SCIID)
stormed Eric’s Ajah residence and arrested
Stephen Onwunama, Jacob Chukwuka and two
others.

Explaining what happened, Ezechie said:
“Biggie is the one owing me. We had a $7,090
deal and he refused to give me my 80 percent
share of the money and so, I took the payment
slip to the police to report. We do yahoo
business (Internet fraud). It was my deal. He is
the picker and so, his share is 20 percent.

“Picker is the person who receives the money
and sends to Nigeria. He has contacts in
America who pick the money and send through
money transfer. I have been doing this
business for some years now to survive, but
this was my major breakthrough and he refused
to give me my money. It is dating that we do.
We use Match, Facebook and other sites,” he
said.

However, Eric who did not deny that he was
into Internet fraud said he was not a kidnapper.
He also denied defrauding Ezechie, claiming
that the deal did not click.

“Henry alleged me. He gave me a transaction
of N300,000 which did not click and he went to
the police to claim that I was a kidnapper and a
fraudster. He left what we were doing and
started talking rubbish. Whoever gave him that
receipt he took to the police was just deceiving
him. I do Facebook Loto. We tell victims that if
they pay $800 they will win $100,000. Most of
our victims are white people because they are
greedy,” he said.

Speaking about his involvement, Onwunama
denied being a fraudster but said he only came
to visit his friend and he was arrested.

“They found nothing on me. They searched my
phones and laptop and they didn’t see
anything that has to do with fraud in it. I was
just visiting my friend and I have spent two
weeks in his place. I was to go back to Asaba delta state in Nigeria
on Sunday before I was arrested on Saturday. I
don’t know how it is an offence to be a friend
to a fraudster,” he claimed.


Chukwuka also denied being a fraudster,
insisting that he only went to Kenneth’s place
after he heard the police were there.

“I was at my house when I heard that the police
were at Kenneth’s place to arrest him that he
was a kidnapper and a fraudster. So, I went
there with my younger brother to explain that I
know him. That he was not a kidnapper. That’s
how I was also arrested. I did not do anything
wrong. I have never been a criminal in my life,”
he said.

Parading the suspects, Police Commissioner,
Fatai Owoseni said they will be charged to
court at the completion of investigation.


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