Interpol arrest Nigerian cybercrime kingpin James Aliyu for $12m romance scam

Interpol in collaboration with United States Secret Service picked up James Aliyu in South Africa on Wednesday in Sandton Gauteng

Nigerian cybercrime Kingpin James Aliyu was involved in a $12million romance scam and BEC fraud. Sources claim he has been in constant contact with countless major scammers who have been convicted and suspected scammers across the world, making him a major player in these fraudulent activities.

James Aliyu have been living lavish lifestyle, flaunting pictures and videos of his girlfriend on social media just like Hushpuppi.

Related articles

He had been a fraudster for long Timeslive disclosed. And investigations have been ongoing for nearly six years. “After an almost six year long investigation into the alleged scammers activities he was arrested. Thanks to a multi-agency investigation that included Interpol, the United States Department of Homeland Security Investigations and the United States Secret Service”

Among his fleet of luxury vehicles he allegedly acquired with proceeds of of his fraudulent engagements include Mercedes Benz C220d, Porche Cayenne, Mercedes Benz G class luxury SUV.

James Aliyu has allegedly defrauded a lot of United States citizens and is expected to be jailed there if found guilty. He was declared a wanted person in the United States by the FBI for scamming Americans. He is expected to appear in the Randburg Magistrate next week where processes for his extradition for trial in America will commence.

Read more

Post By

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *