Vincent Tawiah, a 22 year-old man at Accra mall has been arrested by the Ghana Police Service for disguising as an iphone vendor and defrauding unsuspecting persons in the pretext of selling iPhones to them. According to a recent press release by the Ghana Police Service, the internet fraudster was arrested by the National Police Operations Department on the 10th of May, 2020.
The culprit advertises iPhones on several social media platforms for prices ranging from GH¢1,100 to GH¢5,000 which is definitely less than the market price of iPhones. He'd also ask interested buyers to transfer mobile money to an account number registered in the name of Rhydale Addae (check screenshot below).
So many of his victims have come out to testify against him.
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