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I lived in Ajegunle for about 5yrs (2002-2007), at a time almost every young man in the area was into internet fraud. We used same cafes, while they engaged in their 'job', I was busy learning web design, graphics and digital marketing. Most of them made mockery of my choice.
Admittedly, a number of made good money, and did everything to entice me. They would tell me "Webgod, if we know 1% of what you know about the Internet technology, Dangote would struggle to compete with us".

Unfortunately, no matter how much they made, it didn't last...
In 2007, I left AJ city for Surulere, where I started Potech Ltd., continuing with my legitimate Internet biz; & God has been faithful.

Today, I have an online 'marketing firm' with over 40,000 distributors + other interests, while most of them are still in AJ city 'struggling'
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I spend average of 10hrs on my laptop everyday. I earn a living & impact others through it. I earn legitimate income on daily basis using laptop. You don't have to join #YahooYahoo to make money with your laptop. Remember the Eagle @officialEFCC is watching
Sign up for my next legitimate online business training at and thank me later!
Most of the #YahooBoys I knew between 2002 - 2007 when I lived in Ajegunle, doing well, today are broke or in jail. The worst is that they have been wired to think that no other business can give as much free & easy money like cybercrime. Sad. #YahooYahooNoBeHustle @officialEFCC
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Let's look into Yahoo Yahoo from a legal stand point.

Yahoo Yahoo as it's popularly known is basically internet fraud.

it started first through letters, then graduated with faxes, and now done via e-mail.

#YahooMail #yahooyahoo #internetfraud
Yahoo mail was the most popular email medium at the time hence the adoption by popular culture.
When you send money to people you do not know personally or give personal or financial information to unknown callers, you are increasing your chances of becoming a victim of telemarketing fraud.
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