Fraud boy in Ghana calls FBI to report his scammer friend in US who refused to split the money 50/50 [Watch Video]

A Ghanaian fraud boy who identifies himself as John Jacob [obviously a fake name] has reported his fellow scammer in the US to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) in the United States of America.

According to John in a phone call with an FBI agents, they’ve been involved in an unemployment scam.

John said his friend Ruph Adoe Awuni who lives in the US steals the personal details of American citizens.

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And after stealing them, he sends those details to him in Ghana after which he’ll file for unemployment funds from the US government’s COVID-19 relief packages.

Jacob stated that they have so far made close to 10 million Dollars but Awuni has become greedy and has refused to split the money with him.

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So he’s calling to report so that he can be arrested. He gave the house address, phone number, among other details of Awuni.

And as it stands, the guy has already been arrested.

When the agent asked why he called to report his friends he said, he is just tired of scamming people to which the agent responding: “you’re not upset because you’re scamming people, you’re upset he [Awuni] hasn’t given you your money.”

A screenshot that accompanied the audio showed that Awuni has already been arrested in the United States in connection with the aforementioned crime.

Listen to the audio below:


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