I was conned by Steve Mbogo.
We were looking to buy a car and we were given Steve Mbogo’s contacts.
The person who referred him to us said he was a good guy but we didn’t know he was a conman.
This is a classic example of what Kenyans call wash-wash.
After sharing pictures of a Mazda Demio and having conversations on the matter, we trusted him and my aunt sent him money.
Afterwards, he was not picking our calls.
We later found out that we have been played.
Mbogo was selling the car for Kshs. 420,000.
He called my aunt to deposit 50k for documents, he again said that he use his Kshs. 23k to get my aunt National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) number.
He again called my aunt to send for the driver who was to deliver the car to Chogoria for Kshs. 5k.
After that, he asked my aunt should send him Kshs. 5K to fuel the car; after that he again started asking my aunt for Kshs. 10k for a servicing the car , which was only, he said, oil change.
At this point, my aunt asked him if the car was old, considering that he is asing all these after receiving 50% deposit of the car.
My aunt told him can’t get Kshs. 10k may be Kshs. 5k, which she sent to him.
This is the last time we had a chat as we tried to call him afterwards but he didn’t pick neither call us to give us any further details.
He blocked me everywhere after conning us. In total Steve Mbogo has gobbled up Kshs 273,000.
Please help us expose this.
Below are pictures and screenshots of chats and documents.
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