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Hushpuppi Instagram Account Suspended- Meta Discuss

Hushpuppi Case

Hushpuppi, a Nigerian fraudster, broke the law by utilizing the app to defraud and exploit people, Instagram claims after it was suspended.

Ramon Abbas, a prominent international fraudster from Nigeria known as Hushpuppi, had his Instagram account suspended by an American multinational technology firm known as Meta for a reason.

In a statement obtained by BBC, a spokesman for Meta claimed that his Instagram account was deleted because he had broken their fraud regulations.

He declared, “We have clear prohibitions against fraudulent behavior, including money laundering, and we don’t want anyone to use our apps to scam or exploit individuals.

“We disabled @hushpuppi’s account for breaking these rules.”

The goal of Meta’s fraud policies is to stop fraudulent behavior that could be harmful to individuals or organizations.

Hushpuppi once shared opulent photos on Instagram to show off his lavish lifestyle to his 2.8 million followers.

However, his opulent way of life abruptly came to an end when he was detained in Dubai, where he was living, in June 2020.

Hushpuppi wrote to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), thanking American officials for his detention and for bringing him to justice for his crimes, according to a previous report by DiasporaInfo.

Less than a year later, he admitted guilt to money laundering in a US court, and the FBI now lists him among the most notorious scammers in the world.

In his most recent plan, he allegedly sought to steal more than $1.1 million ($960 million) from someone who intended to construct a school in Qatar, according to recently unsealed court filings.

He had a worldwide network, and some of his schemes reached as far as Mexico from Malta.

His offenses cost close to $24 million, according to documents submitted in California, and he now risks receiving a 20-year prison term.

Despite Hushpuppi’s guilty plea last year, Instagram did not at the time delete his account, claiming they had looked into it and opted against doing so.


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