Online fraudster arrested

Prison   Handcuffs A 24-year-old man who is believed to have used the online trading platform, Tonaton.com, to defraud a businessman of GHC90,000 has been arrested at Mallam in Accra. The suspect, Kojo Appiah, unemployed, and his two accomplices identified as Alex Boakye, alias Old Man, and Prince Kwabena Amaning, are said to have swindled the businessman at Michel Camp, near Tema. Appiah and his friends allegedly duped the businessman under the pretext of selling a 2013 Toyota Highlander to him but absconded with the money. His two accomplices are currently at large. Car on Tonaton.com Briefing the Daily Graphic, the Odorkor » Read More

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