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Beware of fraudsters, Peace Ambassador Ayisha warn Nigerians

A UN Habitat Peace Ambassador, Ayisha Vera Abdussalam, has urged Nigerians to beware of fraudsters who are out to defraud them. Ayisha made this remark…

A UN Habitat Peace Ambassador, Ayisha Vera Abdussalam, has urged Nigerians to beware of fraudsters who are out to defraud them.

Ayisha made this remark in response to series of scams done using her name and her Swiss golden business which led to people losing millions of naira.

She said "My attention has been drawn to some unscrupulous elements who decided to defraud the public by using my hard earned Reputation and name.”

Ayisha stated that these fraudsters take advantage of gullible and lazy people who bought their lies.

She added that before parting with your money ensure you are aware of the set terms and conditions.

“I love my Swissgolden Business the Terms and Conditions is available on their websites for all to peruse and have first-hand information about its operations dealings and requirements,” she said.

She also reiterated that she does not conduct business through third parties “if I did not market or approach you personally, then you and I have absolutely nothing to do with each other”, she explained.

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