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Hajia4Reall pleads guilty in $2 Million romance scam money laundering case

Mona Faiz Montrage, also referred to as Hajia4Reall, pleaded a guilty plea to her involvement in a criminal organization based in West Africa that planned romantic frauds aimed at unsuspecting people in the United States.

Hajia4Reall pleads guilty in $2 Million romance scam

Operating from at least 2013 to 2019, the business took advantage of lonely people by tricking them into believing they were in a love connection before tricking them into sending money to fictitious accounts that the organization controlled.

Over $2 million was received by Ghanaian influencer Montrage, who has millions of followers, from people who were tricked into sending money under false pretenses including moving gold or finishing up fictitious FBI investigations.

The criminal organization, which specialized in romance frauds, used fictitious profiles on social media to prey on the confidence of elderly, lonely victims. Montrage played a major role in the money laundering aspect, receiving funds under false pretenses, such as assisting a fake U.S.

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Army officer or resolving a fabricated FBI investigation. Praised by U.S. Attorney Damian Williams, the Federal Bureau of Investigation led the investigation, highlighting the diligence of law enforcement in combating cybercrime. Hajia4Reall ’s sentencing will be determined by U.S. District Judge Paul A. Crotty.

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