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waganga wetu na utapeli wa kimataifa

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by mohamedn, Jun 12, 2010.

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    mohamedn Member

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    Mganga wa kitanzania ashikwa kwa kuwadanganya watu mbinu za uongo za kutengeza pesa.
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    Kiranga JF-Expert Member

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    Times of Oman


    OMAN


    ‘Jinn' trick lands Tanzanian money multiplier in jail

    RAHIMA AL BALUSHI
    Wednesday, May 26, 2010 7:04:55 AM Oman Time



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    MUSCAT: A Tanzanian national who allegedly cheated residents by selling them boxes with "magical powers to multiply currency notes" has been arrested here, sources in the Royal Oman Police (ROP) said yesterday.

    According to sources, the accused would present people the public with a box and ask them to deposit some money in it before calling a ‘jinn' (supernatural being). He would then ask the person to buy another box with ‘magical properties' - at a huge sum - on the claim that the money deposited with the accused would increase in the box, ROP sources said.

    Police said the accused had cheated several people before he was picked up by sleuths from the Department for Criminal Inquiries and Investigations and a probe team from Seeb police station.

    Incidentally, the Department for Criminal Inquiries and Investigations has recorded 189 cases of fraud during the first quarter of this year, an increase of 57 cases as compared to the same period last year

    ROP says people cheated by false claims made through email and phone that they have won huge sums in sundry contests form a majority of the fraud cases.

    In such cases, the victims are usually asked to transfer some money to a foreign or domestic account - a mandatory process needed to complete the transfer the winning amount.

    Once the money is transfered to the accused's account, all communications are cut.

    The ROP has advised citizens and residents to avoid such mails and calls.
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Kwa huku Ughaibuni ni vitu vya kawaida sio Uganga huo ni Mazingaombwe ya hali ya juu huku kwetu nje Tunauita kwa jina lake ni (Woshi Woshi) au kwa jina lingine la kiingereza ni 419 fraud ni ujanja wa kiini macho kukuonyesha pesa za ukweli wanaziosha hao wafanyaji kisha wakakuambia utowe pesa zako ndipo upate pesa nyingi ukitowa pesa zako kuwapa umeungia mkenge umekwisha wanakuibia pesa zako zote sio Uganga huo bali ni Mazingaombwe tu
     
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    dka0662 New Member

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    nawashukuru wote walioanzisha forum hii.waganga wa siku hizi ni wa urongo na huwadanganya watu na kuwatapeli pesa yao.rafiki yangu alionyeswa hela mingi ndani ya box na mganga alimshauri alete shilingi laki nne ya kenya ili apooze nayo hiyo hela alafu baadaye huyo mganga ampe hela hiyo yote iliyo kwa box na pia amrudishie ile yake.Rafiki huyo alifuata masharti hayo mwishowe akapoteza hiyo hela yake yote.ndugu tushukue wakati kufikiria kabla ya kufanya jambo.
     
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    Ndevu mbili JF-Expert Member

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    kitu gani kina wafanya wanaodanganywa kukubali?
     
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