“Nigerian princes” exist. Two Internet fraudsters “earned” millions of dollars in letters

You have probably heard of Nigerian letters in which Nigerian princes promise mountains of gold. It is incredible, but true – two Nigerians were captured who, with the help of such letters, got rich for hundreds of millions of dollars. One of them was a popular Instagram blogger and regularly boasted of a luxurious life.

We are talking about the citizens of Nigeria Ramone Olorunwu Abbas and Olakean Jacob Ponle. The guys were drinking in the UAE, from where they were eventually deported to the United States. In America, they were charged with large-scale email fraud, Engadget writes . So, Ramon participated in a conspiracy to steal $ 124 million from the English Premier League football club, he received almost another million dollars from an American law firm, and took about $ 15 million from some foreign financial institution.

 

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Roll with me baby, you’ll prosper ❤️ #HappyValentinesDay #Gucci #Ferrari

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I don’t believe in competition, you’re not me and THATS IT 💜 #LouisVuitton #OffWhite #VirgilAbloh #RollsRoyce

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The song is literally my mood all year . #PrivateJet #LouisVuitton #Paris #Dubai

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Ramon, by the way, is very famous on Instagram. There, he appears as Ray Hashappi, supposedly a developer with 2.5 million subscribers. In the photo, the man regularly poses against the backdrop of expensive cars, private jets, gold jewelry, etc. Now, together with his accomplice, he faces up to 20 years in prison.

 

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