LilWin Describes How A Lottery Scammer Tricked Him Out Of GH¢3,000.

Actor Kwadwo Nkansah, better known by his stage name LilWin, is from Ghana. He has revealed a sad story about being tricked by people posing as lottery agents.

He related how, while filming a Hisense commercial at an airport, a fictitious lottery agent put him in touch with someone else—possibly his supervisor.

LilWin revealed that he received an order for GH¢3,000 for lottery numbers. He was notified that the number was unavailable and given an alternate after making payment.

“I traveled to Accra for a Hisense commercial. A man claimed to be a commander called my manager and said he was looking for me. He told me to go to a private place over the phone and told me about “leaked” lottery numbers that he wanted me to wager on. For the lotto digits, he gave another contact, which was actually him masking his voice.

“The cost of the ‘two sure’ numbers was GH¢3,000. I quickly took out the money and gave it to her. He later came back and said that just the “three sure” numbers remained, and that they would cost GH¢5,000. He gave this information in an interview with Adom FM.

Because the con artist had already taken out a portion of the money, LilWin claimed he was unable to get the entire sum back.

“I discovered then that I had been duped. After going through the banking procedures, I discovered that the scammer had already taken GH¢2,000, even though I had hurried to the MTN office to retrieve the monies,” he said.

He pointed out that other actors, like as Vivian Jill and Akwasi Boadi (Akrobeto), have also fallen victim to similar schemes.

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