VIDEO: Mpumalanga News distances itself from fake journalist

MBOMBELA – Four women  were recently scammed by two fraudsters, a male and a female, who claim to be Forex experts. However, in the video the man who identifies himself as JZ claims to be a journalist from Mpumalanga News.

The women wanted to learn more about foreign-currency exchange trading so that they could invest their money and, in turn, earn a few rands themselves. They came across Emmanuel Sandile Mazibuko (29), who introduced himself as Fortune (the man’s voice in the video) and had been walking around in their office building posing as a Forex expert.

On their first meeting, he showed the women a presentation that included a video of a Mpumalanga News journalist interviewing a happy customer. This convinced them that he was legitimate, and they were ready to invest.Should you know or come across the pair report them to the police as they are fraudsters who are scamming off their money. Or you can call Mpumalanga News on 013 754 1600 if you spot them anywhere around Mbombela.

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