Apparently a lady on Facebook asked a guy who claimed that he had a crush on her for money in exchange of her pictures , the guy did send the money via e-wallet as she requested but to his surprise , she didn't do as promised , infact she did what he never thought she would do . The lady just decided to send the guy a picture of a child which portrait that he has just been scammed .
Apparently this is some kind of a to all men who go around crushing on women they don't know . They end up being scammed the same way as this guy was scammed . Facebook is not for the week and you mustn't go around playing with money in the hopes of finding love
See the conversation screenshots and the e-wallet picture below . The guy is still in disbelief ,as he was scammed by someone he had a crush on .
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