A Ghanaian lady identified as Whitney Adams has landed in the grip of the FBI for helping scammers in Ghana to fraud their victims abroad. According to U.S court documents with case number 1:22-mj-01123, Whitney who lives between Ghana and America has helped Ghanaian fraudsters to scam people. From a series of fraudulent activities online, they have made over $6 million from their operations.
Whitney Adams and her mother, Flava Annang were fingered as co-conspirators in helping their partners in Ghana facilitate fake romance and inheritance scams against unsuspecting victims in the US. Meanwhile, Whitney Adams has been identified as a lavish-living Snapchat influencer named ‘Girl Boss. She is known for luxurious international five-star vacations. Here is a picture of the accusation from the court;
The District Court of Arizona in a statement of complaint revealed that the victims, usually elderly men and women, were convinced by the two “to send money to, or on behalf of, those fake romantic partners to collect a fake inheritance that was supposedly due to the romantic partner.”
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