As December approaches, the demand for money increses, and some people will try to get it by any means possible. Beware of people who come to beg you to give them money because it can be used against you. Another shocking incident shocked South Africa when the Note R20 was found tied to a tree. According to sources, the money was tied up by someone who wanted to block the path of the person who gave him the money.
It is very sad that people with pure hearts give money without knowing that it's can be used to make things difficult for them.
South Africans are warned against this practice because people tend to use the same money you give them against you. People see this as a charm, the R20 banknote will result in someone not getting more money or worse, they will lose everything they have worked so hard for. Many have fallen victim of such incidents and have lost a lot in their lives.
Others lose their jobs for no reason just because they gave their money to someone who in turn used it to get in their way.
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