A month ago, Techspaceke reported on a new app dubbed Amazon Web Worker Africa (AWW Africa) which was the talk of the town as unemployed youth dished out referrals to the app in a bid to make a quick buck online.

Terming it as a scam Ponzi scheme ” The quick and fast answer is Amazon Web Worker is a Scam. It has all the characteristics of a Ponzi Scheme just like Live Auction, Public Likes, and the rest.” The coverage read.

Today, the app is no longer listed on the Google play store and just as predicted, netizens who didn’t take our word for it are wailing in losses.

The app claimed that the platform was an Amazon Affiliate which it was notAll Amazon Affiliates are clearly listed on their Website and are created by Amazon Mobile LLC.

Just two days ago, another app, cash24h made away with Kenyans money in a similar way. We hate to tell you we told you so, but we told you so. We have covered similar other Ponzi schemes that you should avoid here.

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