The woman describes how she was able to get back the N50,000 that her ex-boyfriend owed her before he deserted her to wed another woman.
The woman said that her boyfriend had refused to pay off his obligation and that she had tried everything to get her money back in vain.
She disclosed that the man had blocked her and that his family was uninterested in finding a solution.
The woman revealed that she had been keeping up with the ex-wife, spouse’s who works as an online shoe and clothing retailer.
She claimed to be a customer interested in purchasing clothing, but when her ex-wife boyfriend’s delivered the clothing she had bought (costing roughly N70,000), she refused to pay, claiming that her ex-boyfriend owed her money.
“I have an ex boyfriend who is still owing me 50k till date. We broke up last year after he went behind my back to marry another lady. I still have all the proofs of the bank transfers. I have tried everything to recover my money without Success. He has blocked me everywhere and even his family shuns me and refuses to intervene.
I have been following his wife on social media and she had no idea. She’s into sales of turkey wears and nice shoes. I sent her an order for some items and she quickly responded and agreed to payment on delivery since we are both in the same state.
Everything sums up to 70k but to gain her trust I sent her 20k deposit. It’s either she’s naive or new in the business because she couldn’t contain her excitement. She was so eager to sell to me and she agreed to the deal. I arranged for my own dispatch to pick up from her location promising to pay up immediately also recommend her to many people. She was happy.
After the items arrived I sent her copies of my 50k receipt her useless husband is owing me and downloaded the full story to her. I told her to go and confirm from him that he owes me 50k so I consider the debt settled. Since that yesterday till now the man had been blowing my phone up with calls and that’s and saying he would deal with me. I’ve told him to bring it on. I just wanted to know if I’m on the wrong side of the law by recovering my money.”