A white man has taken to social media to reveal how he helped one of his followers who a Nigerian ‘Yahoo boy’ (internet fraudster) wanted to scam.
The white man, identified as @youthpastorryan on TikTok, posted a video with screenshots of how he was able to track the fraudster down. The man then sent an email to the fraudster saying he was going to give him US government money.
The scammer replied by asking the man to pay the money through Bitcoin or an Apple gift card. The man then sent the scammer a link and asked him to click on it. When he clicked, the link revealed both his location and IP Address. @youthpastorryan was also able to get his Whatsapp number. According to the info, the Yahoo boy is in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, Nigeria, and not the USA as he had claimed. @youthpastorryan then turned in all the scammer’s details to the police to get him arrested.
Watch the video below:
@youthpastorryanHe didnt even pretend to be a prince… I’m so hurt♬ original sound – Ryan Kelly
See reactions below:
@Him: “This is starting to become my favorite series.”
@Emma_Nuelli: “Dem no teach werey how to fly location.”
@Joyyyy: “I’m sorry but Nobody speaks Hausa in port harcourt😭 and I promise we are all not like this.”
@don_poscodeco: “Work send u link u dey click am, u no dey update urself Abi u no knw say link dey to cast ur work or link to get access to all ur phone apps nd logins.”
@gratefulspecie: “He’s not hausa. Portharcourt language no dey Google. But, its a good one he realized that he was nabbed.”
@PanickedAtTheDisco: “You should come work for Apple 😅.”
@JOZ: “lol dey play.”
@Ekeh Daniel: “evian never catch this one before.”
@Micheal: “Client go send u link and u go click am Shey we no wise ni 😂😂.”
@Roddy💫FüñdŽ🪐: “Who dey pay you for this work you dey do 😅😅.”
@Genesisofficial04: “dem never run you correct street 😂.”