A 75-year-old woman sold her house for 100 million Frw and sent it to her boyfriend on Facebook

Author: Nadia Kangabe
On:1/05/2023 12:50
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A 75-year-old woman known as Peaches Stergo, sold her house for $100,000 (more than 100 Million Frw), to pay a man she met through Facebook (read Facebook) for thinking of a lover whom she did not know, but loved.

ABC Georgia reported that police said the woman, who did not want to be identified, began communicating with the man on social media in March of last year.

As the relationship between the two became stronger, the man began to ask for money from the woman pretending to love her, as reported in the police records.

The woman, after being approached by the one who turned herself in via social media, said that the more he kept asking her for money, the more she felt like she was doing everything she could but not without the love she received.

He ended up sending her $95,000 in sales that totaled $100,000.

When she sent it, she was given an address to send it to and she did it feeling confident in the man they had been talking to each other for days and enjoyed it. But he declares that even though he sent them they never met face to face.

It has been reported that social networking sites are used to trick people into believing it, where someone you don't know tricks you into sharing yours and you do it unknowingly and it's called piracy.

"They may have been dating for six months before asking for money, and that's considered a commitment," Stacey Wood, a neurosurgeon, told Insider.

After sending the money, the woman did not see her boyfriend again, even when she reported her case to the police, they treated her as crazy or a disturbed person.

The reason is that it is surprising that you would send that much money to a stranger who is not a murderer, pretending to love her, especially like this 75-year-old woman.

The police also warned people who use social media to beware of scams on these sites, where people use fake profiles to deceive those they talk to.

He recommended avoiding people who ask for money, or call asking for help anonymously because they are often thieves or criminals.