Nigerian celebrities are becoming increasingly fearful of falling victim to scams, and the latest addition to the list is Nollywood actress, Ruth Kadiri.
In a heartfelt plea on her Instagram page, the actress revealed that she had engaged in a business transaction with a body shaper and waist trainer brand, but unfortunately, her order was not delivered.
Despite her numerous attempts to contact the brand, she received no response.
Acknowledging the current harsh economic conditions, Ruth implored the brand to either refund her money or fulfill her order.
She expressed her frustration at the lack of trustworthiness in today’s world, as her messages remained unanswered.
“Pls help me beg them to deliver my product or refund me o! Economy is hard o! Jesu!
No responding to my messages anymore!!!!
Trust is hard these days o”.
See some comments below;
Uche Elendu wrote, “This people’s scam is on another level. That’s how I dragged them until they refunded my client’s money. Get your money first babe
One Official Passy Kpaduwa wrote, “Imagine scamming a celebrity, people get mind oh
One Ada Sylva wrote, “Go to the bank and recall the money and also write a complaint
One Official Mirabel Etuk wrote, “Most of these online stores are fraudulent I can’t even count the number of online stores that have defrauded me, making it difficult to trust the real ones. Mtchewwwwww
One Marvelous Tyna wrote, “If they can do this to a celebrity, how much more an ordinary person? Patronize them at your expense
One Glow By Mo Organics Skincare Palace wrote, “There is something called integrity. Imagine a celebrity shopping from you and you mess up the opportunity