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Beware of a girl named Amogelang Seripe who has been scamming people on Facebook(see how she did it)

Meet Amogelang Seripe, a youngster who used Facebook to deceive other users into sending her money by pretending that she was an orphan so that they would send her money, which she would then block once she had the money in her possession. She has the distinction of being the youngest of the three.

Scammer has supplied below screenshots of her victims that she has conned on Facebook by telling them that she does not have any family and that her mother passed away while giving her a bath. Scammer has done this by telling her victims that she does not have any relatives. I am well aware that this is a horrible story, but I can assure you that it is not true. She merely tells this narrative to people in the hopes that you would feel sorry for her and send her money so that she can then block you from communicating with her in the future.

She claimed that her account had been hacked when people noticed that she was lying to them, and she insisted that she was not a con artist before deactivating the account. She lied to people after they learned that she was lying to them.

There is a person with the name Palesa Sethole who fell for the tragic narrative and transferred the woman R1500, only to have her account stopped after she did so because the woman was trying to steal her money. She claims that she went to the police to report the occurrence, but that the authorities did not take any action in response to her complaint. She says that she went to the police station to report the incident.


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Amogelang Seripe Facebook Palesa Sethole Scammer


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