AmaZulu warn of scam

2016-03-30 06:00

AMAZULU have warned of a scamster using the club’s name to get people to pay to attend trials.

A statement reads: “A bogus operation by an unknown individual going by the name of Mark Dawood has sprung up out nowhere claiming to be working for AmaZulu.

“This person is not authorised by AmaZulu FC and we are not holding any trials whereby people have to pay R400, or any fee for that matter.

“This person is a fraud and we do not take this matter lightly.”

Usuthu are the latest in a long line of clubs targeted by such scamsters, with Platinum Stars and Ajax Cape Town having also been hit in recent months.

- KickOff.com

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