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A new scam is doing the rounds on WhatsApp in South Africa, promising R1,000 in returns for a R200 ‘investment’.A new scam is doing the rounds on WhatsApp in South Africa, promising R1,000 in returns for a R200 ‘investment’.

New WhatsApp scam doing the rounds in South Africa

Unemployed and lured by the promise of quick growth on a small cash outlay, Bathabile Zondi is one of many South Africans who have fallen victim to mushrooming 'WhatsApp stokvels'Unemployed and lured by the promise of quick growth on a small cash outlay, Bathabile Zondi is one of many South Africans who have fallen victim to mushrooming 'WhatsApp stokvels'

Victims of 'R200 WhatsApp stokvels' share their dismay at losses, being blocked by admins

The National Stokvel Association of SA (Nasasa) has warned people not to fall for the “quick buck” WhatsApp stokvels scamThe National Stokvel Association of SA (Nasasa) has warned people not to fall for the “quick buck” WhatsApp stokvels scam

Don’t fall for the R200 WhatsApp stokvels scam, association warns

South Africans are being targeted as part of a sophisticated scam on WhatsApp, which has ended up stealing thousands of rands from its victims.South Africans are being targeted as part of a sophisticated scam on WhatsApp, which has ended up stealing thousands of rands from its victims.

Latest WhatsApp scam in SA: Three tips to help you avoid losing money

The National Stokvel Association of South Africa says scammers appear to be from trusted saving organisations.The National Stokvel Association of South Africa says scammers appear to be from trusted saving organisations.

Don’t get caught out by the R200 WhatsApp stokvel scam spreading across SA!