Rapper Nasty C deemed it necessary to warn his followers about a conman who is operating in his name to swindle fans out of their hard-earned money.
Screenshots of the scammer’s chat with victims revealed that he had been posing as Nasty C. Again, he quoted fans as much as R30,000 for a feature.
Consequently, armed with screenshots of conversations between the fraudster and his victims, Nasty C took to Twitter recently to warn fans. The screenshots revealed messages whereby the scammer posed as Nasty C, asking for money and trying to arrange meetings with interested fans.
Apparently, the messages were not sent in the rapper’s name and he mad sure to inform fans to avoid being played.
Similarly, Bomb Productions exposed a recent Isibaya audition scam which some get-rich-quick individuals are using to squeeze out cash from unsuspecting individuals.
We are in a season when everyone is under pressure to gather enough money to celebrate Christmas and show off. As a result, scammers are launching new strategies to swindle hard earned money from those who fall victim.
In this case, the scammers asked interested individuals to send short videos of themselves. In addition, they will have to pay to audition for the show.
Also‚ victims are asked to pay R1‚250 to be a part of the ‘’casting agency“. And to spice it up, the scammers promised to pay successful candidates the sum of R950 a day for all their efforts.
Meanwhile, Bomb Productions who are the real producers of the show shared Screenshots of the scam on their official Twitter page. They also made it clear that the company would never ask fans to pay to audition for a show.
These are just a few examples of what scammers are up to. Thus, individuals are warned to be careful of who they do business with.