Businesswoman Zari Hassan has been in the news for warning about con artists who have been defrauding followers by exploiting her name.
Zari cautioned internet users not to pay attention to individuals who might be using her profile to defraud them.
The boss lady narrated this in an Instagram post, lamenting the years she has spent trying to defend her name.
"SCAM ALERT I'm tired, like seriously how many times should I say this," she started.
The mother of five pointed out that she had never participated in forex trading.
"I don’t trade, I don’t do Forex, and I don’t deal in diamonds or gold. Neither do I sell products on the marketplace. Be robbed at your own risk," noted Zari.
She clearly outlined her source of reputable wealth and her major investments seemed to be in education sector.
"I own colleges across South Africa," she stated.
The reality TV star also earns a living from being endorsed by multiple brands as their brand ambassador, doing TV shows and club appearances.
This is not a new thing in town. Most people get scammed online by the use of celebrities' profiles and realize when it's too late.
The question still stands firm, why do people give much trust to online hawkers?
On several occasions, the most conned people are the "desperate money hunters."
Once you get conned, please move on from that and learn, just how it's believed that once beaten twice shy.
The internet sensation, Zari Hassan, has been on updates with his toy boy who is claimed to be almost the same age as her fast born.
Ugandan socialite is no stranger to relationship drama and she posts her love life publicly without fear of being judged or criticized.