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    Posted by Sameul on November 1, 2021 at 6:48 am

    Facebook market scammers are getting outta hand I recently contacted lady by the name of Millicent Phindile Selowe ( Monica Silunwe) that sells cast iron pots and casserole dishes I picked out my

    Order and she asked for a cash send I said when I receive my order then I’ll send you she then said when you get a sms from Paxi then that’ll confirm your order has been sent usually I never I mean never pay anyone before an order has been delivered unless a legit company but she sent the sms and Paxi sent me and I got a message saying it’s arrived for collection and I then find out that she’s taken the money and sent me a piece of a curtain 😡now my money of gone she is not answering and Paxi says they can’t help because they don’t know what products are being sent off. She also wrote she’s in Roodepoort but Pep said she’s in Limpopo How do I get help for this issue before she does it agin to someone else !!!!

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