King Dalindyebo swindled out of R15 000 by impostor posing as actress Jessica Nkosi




AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo was reportedly scammed by a person using Jessica’s pictures and name.

This is coming after Jessica made it known through her Instagram about scammers posing as her and defrauding her fans and others on social media.

Jessica said she knows nothing about it and neither is she involved in Bitcoins.

The King said the actress convinced him to invest in Bitcoin for a great profit he never received.

According to the publication Ngonyama was promised an astronomical gain of more than R430 000 within 48 hours after paying the R15 000 but “Jessica Nkosi” and an associate she introduced to Ngonyama as an “expert Bitcoin trader” failed to deliver on their promise.

Instead, they kept asking him for money to free up the “secured” cash.

“I went through her pictures and videos and all her posts on Instagram and even the account appeared to be legit. When I raised my concerns that she could be a scammer, she asked me to explain all those videos showing Jessica Nkosi posted on the Instagram account.”

Giving details of how the alleged scam happened, he said: “Firstly, I was told that upon deposit of R3 000 within 48 hours, I can withdraw an amount of R33 000 upon receipt of the money to their account.

“Then, I was told that the returns on my investment have far exceeded their expectations to the value of R145 000.”

Ngonyama said at this stage, the two told him to deposit another R12 000 for the purchase of a “classical account software” which would make it possible for him to access the cash using a cellphone app.



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