Last year, fraud of over $1 trillion was reported in Africa. This means that the rate at which fraud is growing in Africa, especial West Africa is very high. In Ghana, there are lots of different kinds of fraud but the most popular one is the internet fraud which is in other terms called Sakawa.

Your most authoritative GhanaSuperStars.com came across Ghanaian promising actress Vicky Zugah at East Legon police station. In a quest to find out what the actress was doing at the police station, she lamented to us that she has been scammed a whopping $ 6,000. When we asked her how the scammers managed to swindle her of $ 6, 000, she stated that due to her job as an actress and exigencies of life plans, she wanted to move from her house which is around West Legon to a more celebrity befitting place.

Along the line, she came across an advert which she called and made payment of the house to those who advertised the alleged house. Fortunate for them and unfortunate for Vicky Zugah, she never heard anything from the house owners after making payment till date. According to her, she tried moving to the house a week after since the numbers of the alleged house owner’s phones where switched off; only to be informed the house is not for sale or for lease but rather she might have made a wrong payment to wrong people.

“Because I didn’t hear from them over weeks, I decided to move to the house and the owner of the house revealed to me that he is not selling his house and that the house is not for lease so probably I made a wrong payment to the wrong persons” she expressed grievously.

She also stated that the police are still investigating but luckily enough, they have come across the ID card number of one of the guys. “We have managed to trace one of the Ghanaian guys with ID# 003214511, named Henry Joe”.

A house seen, paid for but now nonexistent, Why ibi GHOST HOUSE?**

Source: ghanasuperstars.com

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