Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn’t deliver on

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As Nigerians are still discussing Glory Osei’s response to being called out by her former employees, another female entrepreneur is being called out on Twitter for allegedly defrauding unsuspecting Nigerian women.

According to Twitter user @DaughterOf_eve, an entrepreneur with the Twitter handle @Mochievous allegedly charged women 75,000 Naira for a WhatsApp course that was supposed to span three months but she didn’t deliver on the course, instead, she travelled without completing the course and has ignored emails from the women asking for their money back.

The accuser added that the online course they paid 75K for wasn’t worth 5K. She went on to allege that Moe is no different from Glory Osei and that her “whole brand is copy & paste from Glory Osei handbook.”

Responding, Moe denied the allegations and explained that she travelled for thanksgiving and will return to complete the course.

She wrote: “Hello, thanks for bringing this up. I have not defrauded anyone and will not take such accusations likely. I have been running a webinar workshop/class that is spread over a 3 month period. Recently I had to travel for last couple of weeks and I shared that 1/2 with everyone registered, and kept everyone updated via email. We now have makeup classes running into December and I’ll working to catch up on all emails this week.”

While some Twitter users have taken the side of the accuser, some have said Moe did nothing wrong by valuing her online course at 75K. They blamed the women who paid such amount for a webinar when they could easily access the same information online for free.

Read the tweets below.

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

Another female entrepreneur forced to respond after being accused of collecting #75,000 from Nigerians for a WhatsApp course she didn

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