2nd Hand Phones

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papabingy

Village Elder
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how do i start this ........3 weeks ago i was chatting with a chiq (name withheld) and she suggested that we go on an evening date in one of the hotels along thika road.

i quiclky googled her, n found out shes good looking though a little fat but nevertheless mimi huyo date chap chap!
as soon as i arrived, ..............HANDCUFFS n placed under arrest; na si hayo tu, a fuckin landcruiser was waiting for me on the opposite petrol station.
nilipelekwa maroundy daddy n all this time the siren was on. mi nikajua kwisha, i am one dead mofo. the cop who arrested me explained that the phone i was possesing was stolen at gunpoint from some prominent dude in the government. infact he is still recuperating in hosi.

the rest was a lot of money being chucked form my account to this karaus

Lesson learnt, never and i repeat NEVER buy a 2nd hand phone form olx, soko nyeusi and the likes.

Remember when the deal is to good , think twice.

am nursing my broke ass in the office with a lot of shame.

Peace, y'all!
 

Ice_Cube

Village Chief
#2
I lost a galaxy S4 in May, and located it in Kirinyaga Road a few days later through soko nyeusi someone posted the same selling it. Ukipoteza simu just spend your time on Soko Nyeusi ama OLX and sure as day itakua posted.
 

Mkufuu

Village Elder
#3
I lost a galaxy S4 in May, and located it in Kirinyaga Road a few days later through soko nyeusi someone posted the same selling it. Ukipoteza simu just spend your time on Soko Nyeusi ama OLX and sure as day itakua posted.
Did you follow up on this or you let it slide?
 

Pos€i.Don

Village Elder
#5
how do i start this ........3 weeks ago i was chatting with a chiq (name withheld) and she suggested that we go on an evening date in one of the hotels along thika road.

i quiclky googled her, n found out shes good looking though a little fat but nevertheless mimi huyo date chap chap!
as soon as i arrived, ..............HANDCUFFS n placed under arrest; na si hayo tu, a fuckin landcruiser was waiting for me on the opposite petrol station.
nilipelekwa maroundy daddy n all this time the siren was on. mi nikajua kwisha, i am one dead mofo. the cop who arrested me explained that the phone i was possesing was stolen at gunpoint from some prominent dude in the government. infact he is still recuperating in hosi.

the rest was a lot of money being chucked form my account to this karaus

Lesson learnt, never and i repeat NEVER buy a 2nd hand phone form olx, soko nyeusi and the likes.

Remember when the deal is to good , think twice.

am nursing my broke ass in the office with a lot of shame.

Peace, y'all!
uko na bahati baba..mimi olx huwa naionea 18..heri ununue innjoo jumia:D
 

Web Dev

Village Elder
#9
Stolen phones if you must don't test it with your sim card, after purchase change imei number to your current phone or one you know. Hapo hamna mtu atakuuliza swali.

@papabingy pole bro. Have heard this cases for quite some time now. Just curious how they pinpointed you in a crowd, did they make a call then you picked to be identified?

P.S kama hauna pesa ya iPhone buy tu techno na uongeze bidii.
 

TopCat

Village Elder
#10
And never buy a secondhand phone, it might have belonged to a robbery with violence victim or a murder victim. Picture a scenario where you buy the phone, cops track you, they arrest you, demand that you take them to the place or who you bought it from(while pleading your innocence), you cannot remember the shop or the guy has closed shop, My friend you will have a very long day.
 
#11
Uliacha biashara ya kuiba laptop sasa ni simu ? hile siku utashikwa be prepared to part ways with your balls
I never stopped am just not located in one place like I used to be. Sikuhizi am a ghost
Been in a stickey situation twice. I knw how they operate, how they manipulate ppl, plus I pay someone to keep me out of such mess.
 

panktcha

Village Elder
#14
And never buy a secondhand phone, it might have belonged to a robbery with violence victim or a murder victim. Picture a scenario where you buy the phone, cops track you, they arrest you, demand that you take them to the place or who you bought it from(while pleading your innocence), you cannot remember the shop or the guy has closed shop, My friend you will have a very long day.
That part I have underlined never happens. They shoot you and ask questions later.

Swallow Saliva has posted some pics elsewhere. That could happen to you.

There's no shame in having a KaDuDa for 999. It's more ethical/moral than a stolen iPhone 6+.
 

mtadao

Village Elder
#17
The phone must have had an anti theft App running in the background. Some of them keep on taking snaps of you and your surroundings without your knowledge
 

Fala 12

Kijana Fupi Nono Round
#18
I never stopped am just not located in one place like I used to be. Sikuhizi am a ghost
Been in a stickey situation twice. I knw how they operate, how they manipulate ppl, plus I pay someone to keep me out of such mess.
you mean you are confessing to be a thug?
 

Penologist

Village Elder
#19
Stop being naive,with the mandatory registration of sim cards hata mulika mwizi unashikwa.security ya Kenya iko technologically on point
 

uwesmake

DRYFRY ARTIST
#20
WEWE UNAONGEA JUU YA 2015 MIMI NILITOLEWA KWA OFISI 2006 NA NILIKUWA NIMELEND JAMAA 2K AKANIACHIA PHONE KAMA SECURITY . WALIPONITOA KWA OFISI WAKANIULIZA , HIYO SIMU UKO NAYO TUPATIE SISI NI MAAFISA NIKAWAPEA L7 WAKASEMA HAPANA SI HIYO NDIO NIKAKUMBUKA HIO 3310 . NIKATOA TUKAPANGA TUKATRAP HUYO JAMAA THE NEXT DAY , LUCKILY COPS WERE NOT THAT MEAN THOSE DAYS.
 
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