According to reports, the 30-year-old confessed that he ventured into fraud in 2015.
“I learned the internet fraud business in 2015 during my NYSC days in Cross Rivers and I bought a house worth N60 million from the deal before I relocated to Abuja, where I bought another house for N65 million. What I do is mainly on Alibaba by trading with hacked credits cards. I buy my goods in China and sell them in Ghana and I bring the proceed to Nigeria where I have invested large portion of it on properties” he said.
Ojionu who owns three own houses worth N 125 million and two luxury cars. is believed to have involved in credit card scams in which he stole details of unsuspecting victims and used it to shop on other websites .
It was gathered that Ojionu got access to credit card details by posing to sell books on popular retail site; Amazon. After getting the details, he would reportedly use the cards to shop on other websites and sell the items in Ghana.
Reports claim that Victor has allegedly duped various people of N500 million in five years and has three mansion, including, one in Abuja, another in Cross River and another in Imo, where he originally hails from.
Ojionu was caught after a victim alerted the police to his dubious work, investigations had been carried out and the young man was nabbed by operatives of the Inspector-General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team (IRT)
Meanwhile, the Facebook user who exposed the deed of a young man who is yet to be identified by name.
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