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Undergraduate Who Bought N1million Worth Of Phones With Fake Credit Alert; Declared Wanted By SARS

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Bakare, the Youth Corp Member said Idowu had remained elusive since the items were delivered to him at his house.
Read Bakare’s account of his ordeal as reported by Punch,

“Apart from being a corps member, I run a mobile phone business. On Thursday, August 2, around 4.30pm, I received a call from a customer, who identified himself as Leonard Adeleke. He ordered for three used iPhone 8 Plus and one brand new iPhone X. The address he gave me was no 20, University Road, Abule-Oja, Yaba, Lagos. I went there to deliver the goods around 7pm the same day.

“When I got there, I followed him to the front of his room where he checked the phones to see if they were working perfectly. After he was convinced, he collected the phones and asked for my account number, which I provided. A minute later, he showed me a debit alert on his phone and said the money had been transferred into my account.
“Both of us waited for me to receive the alert on my phone. While waiting, he said he wanted to go downstairs to turn on his generator. That was the last time I saw him as he ran away. When I searched around and could not find him. I called his telephone number, but it was switched off.”

Bakare, who said he had petitioned the Sabo Police Station on the incident, noted that one Adeleke Adegoke who lived in the house had been arrested.
“Later, I used the True Caller app on my phone to dial the number Leonard Adegoke used in placing his order. The app revealed his picture and real name as Eric Idowu.
“I showed Adeleke, who recognised Idowu from the picture. Adeleke said Idowu used to stay with the landlord’s son but had disappeared,” he added.
Bakare said it was after Adeleke had called the landlord’s son at the station that the police got a detailed information on Idowu, who was said to be an undergraduate at the University of Lagos.
“I also went to the Computer Village in Ikeja to meet with officials of the phone company because they had reported the case to SARS. I later wrote that the case should be transferred from the Sabo Police Station to SARS.
“I have informed my parents about this case. Till now, I have not paid for the phones, which I got on credit from a phone company, CSE Phones. I want the police to help me get Idowu. I want my goods back or my money and the extra cost I have spent to recover them,” he added.

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Chao...omo see tactics...I pray that SARS catches him...before other criminals start using the tactics.

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if SARS catch sorry boy

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by God's grace he will be caught

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People bad well well

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The boy might call that business oo

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good news

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Fraudlers

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Does he know that what he did could get him arrested

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thief

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Na wa

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Hmmmmmm

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a very bad market for him, not all days are christmas.

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MONEY HAS CREATE PLENTY PROBLEM OOO

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The boy might call that business oo

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So there is fake credit alert

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Am sure the person nah lautech student

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[ @Edohanthony: ] by God's grace he will be caught

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[ @emma4john : ] People bad well well

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Nah Baba Fraudster Be This

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the Youth Corp Member said Idowu had remained elusive since the items were delivered to him at his house.
Read Bakare’s account of his ordeal as reported by Punch,

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Adeleke said Idowu used to stay with the landlord’s son but had disappeared

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Fake credit alert...I don't understand ooo

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He should be arrested

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This serious

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Hmmm this is hilarious indeed

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Bad one. Keep updating

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Chao...omo see tactics...I pray that SARS catches him...before other criminals start using the tactics.

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This Is Big Lesson To Every One Out There.

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I pray the SARS get the crook

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This guy dey smart o
how did he do it

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