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Football: a fake Pablo Longoria scams €15,000 from a supporter

In a report produced by BFM TV, a man explained that he was fooled by Pablo Longoria after paying him 15,000 euros, thinking it was the real thing.

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Football: a fake Pablo Longoria scams €15,000 from a supporter

In a report produced by BFM TV, a man explained that he was fooled by Pablo Longoria after paying him 15,000 euros, thinking it was the real thing. Showing his conversations on social networks with the so-called president of OM, the victim explained having had long messages with him, in which the Espanol promised him 80,000 euros “for his personal projects”, under subject to paying some bank charges. In his defense, the father explains, “There are certain legislations, there are laws, I fell into the trap. I trusted.”

After realizing the deception, the principal concerned intends to file a complaint to recover part of the lost sum. “He broke my life, I told him ‘you broke a family’”, however, he remains convinced that this is the real Pablo Longoria and will therefore attack him. Yet the signals were clear, and the alleged Longoria's Facebook account did not have as many followers as it should.

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