“He sells fake iPhones, he’s a scammer ” – Former customers react to the robbing of popular Accra iPhone shop, iGoods [Details]

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Accra: How armed robbers broke into popular mobile iPhone shop at 3 am and ransacked everything in the shop [Video]

Alfred is the owner of a popular iPhone Shop located at Abosssey Okai near Kaneshie in Accra whose suffered a misfortune when his shop was ransacked by a robber at dawn.

The robber packed all the exotic iPhones and accessories into a duffel bag and bolted with everything.

Alfred shared a notice on social media where he cried over his loss especially when he had toiled to build an 8-year old business and had to watch all his investment go down the drain.

While many sympathized with him and wished him well, former customers who had dealt with him had nothing good to say about him.

According to some of these customers who shared their experiences on Twitter following the unfortunate robbing of iGoods Ghana Limited, Alfred was a scammer who sold fake iPhones to unsuspecting customers.

In fact, one Adwoa Achiaa said Alfred is a scammer who refused to refund her money after he sold a faulty iPhone Xs to her.

There was a back and for between the two on Twitter which even resulted in Alfred blocking Adwoa Achiaa and sending her threats.

Check Out The Banter Below:

This banter actually opened a can of worms, instead of Alfred receiving social media sympathy, all customers who had had experiences started sharing them.

Many doubts were been raised with many alleging without fact that he might have staged the robbing to score social media points or perhaps a disgruntled customer had decided to pay him back painfully.

Kwahu Borga wrote: I thought I was the only victim of the igoods guy(Alfred). He sold a faulty iPhone 6 to me as brand new somewhere in 2016. I found out when I took the phone to circle for repairs and was told it’s a heated old board & not new. He didn’t even bother to reach out.

Af_borda wrote: I think we need a professional forensic team to vet the footage properly. I think the robbery he’s claiming may have been staged so he could also benefit from Twitter crowd funding. I’m catching insurance fraud-esque vibe from here. Where’s Sherlock when you need him?

Dexter Hagin wrote: This igoods guy sold a fake airpods to me. When i returned it he told me that me that i should add money on top for him to give me the original. I added only for the second one to be fake too

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