Ken Ezeani is a scammer and internet fraudster.
– Akaahan Terungwa
The attention of the management of Notopoverty Information has been brought to the nefarious activities bothering on scam and spam being carried out by the founder of the web sales page, incomefornigerians.com and the internet concern, eBusiness Technologies. Ken Ezeani has scammed the present writer and has also, scammed a ton of others – as this article will clearly prove and show.
If you are considering doing business with Ken Ezeani, it would be an extremely wise step to hold on for now till at least till you have finished reading this piece. If you have been scammed by this scammer and shame of all Nigerians online, my sincere apologies. If you really want to make money online in a legitimate manner, the present writer can help you via his dedicated Facebook group set out for helping those who want to make money online.
If you however prefer someone who is dedicated to the business full-time, Abass Toriola would be a great alternative. So, shall we now examine while it is held and confirmed that Ken Ezeani is a scam?
Ken Ezeani (of Incomefornigerians.com/e-Business Technologies) is a Scammer, Professional Fraudster and a ‘Distinguished’ 419
Ken Ezeani runs a very funny and scam oriented sales page he calls incomefornigerians.com. This is his primary scamming tool where he lures newbies into the prospect of making money online. Since the economic situation of Nigeria is quite pathetic at the moment, his victims are all too willing to accede to his ridiculous and funny demands that make a mockery of the whole process of making a living off the internet.
This is the page that we will take a close look at. Aside this page, we will always take a look at the history of this online thief and see how far exactly he has been online and the various efforts he has so devilishly deployed to scam his innocent victims of their hard-earned money.
Here we are:
Ken Ezeani is a Scammer Because He Peddles Inaccurate, Fraudulent and Misleading Information
The very introduction of Ken’s sale page is a cheap attempt at fraud and one of the worst case of the Tort of passing off in recent times. He claims that he will teach his followers/readers how to make about N45,000 online in just a week! That is a whopping N180,000 online in the next 30 days as a JJC or one without any prior experience!
While the point is very disturbing and not easy to take on face value, he jumps ahead and makes it clear to the unsuspecting victim that the whole process will only require about only 2 – 3 hour work every day!
Where in the whole wide world is that possible? If you are a smart visitor, this is exactly where to close the page and concentrate your time (and efforts) on something more reasonable.
It is worth pointing out in a straight forward manner that online business is no different from offline business. The only difference is that, while offline business is restricted to brick and mortar, seriously hindering the customer outreach, online business has the whole world as its direct audience. This means that, irrespective of your genius, passion or determination, earning within a week – and earning that much is pretty out of the question.
It’s as simple as the statement above!
Kenechukwu Ezeani of eBusiness Technologies Is Also Held To Be An Outright Scammer Because of the Barefaced Lies He Publishes
Kenechukwu Ezeani proceeds to introduce a friend that he claims makes as high as N500,000 working for just about 2 hours a day! 2 hours a single day!
Can you imagine?
However, that is not the real challenge: the real challenge is that this friend of his does not exist!
Deji Obafemi (as he has called him) is a common name and none of the persons who bear the name on Facebook have even remotely indicated that they are online entrepreneurs!
The worst part? A Google query returns nothing. Absolutely nothing! Can you imagine? A man who makes that much online and Google has no clue about him?! At the end of the day, Ken introduces another friend (or is it the same friend?) who makes N800,000 working for just 2 hours a day…
At this point, something comes to mind – KEN IS REALLY A TALENTED LIAR ASIDE BEING A SCAMMER!
Ken Ezeani of Incomefornigerians.com is a Copy and Paste ‘Blogger’, Yet Promises His Readers That He Can Teach Them How To Make 120k Monthly Blogging
Ken Ezeani has a very poor command of the English and never bothered to finish secondary school – as it is very evident in his writing. He is the worst example of Nigerian scam artists who can hardly even spell their names… However, he has a knack for copying the writings of other very talented writers like Akaahan Terungwa and passing off same as his. The screenshot below proves this:
This was my original article…
This is where the shameless thief called Ken Ezeani lifted the article in question and pasted. Can you imagine such a ‘glorious attempt’ at stealing?
Unfortunately, the content theft was discovered on time and Ken was engaged seriously via email. The post was taken down on his blog as a result of the efforts personally made to ensure that content personally published remains the active property of the publisher and not of one faceless con artist.
Further, can you see that Ken even lifted the very image used for that post in his entry? Now, how can such a ‘JJC’ blogger who does not even know his left from right, teach anyone anything about blogging – to the tune of guaranteeing a hefty 120k monthly?
Ken Ezeani’s Testimonials Are Fake. Very Fake!
In the very post quoted above about how to avoid scams online, one of the points is to check out the testimonials of the person offering products online and try to verify them with the intent to see if they are genuine or not.
Unfortunately, Ken Ezeani’s testimonials are the very type the post warns you about: faceless, manufactured testimonials that only succeed in putting words into the mouths of non-existent individuals that sadly ‘exist’ only on the pages of fraudulent websites!
Do you see what is meant by the immediately preceding lines above? How on earth can you confirm anything from Omolola who is in Lagos? Or Mike Orepo in Abuja?
My guess is simple: these people do not even know that there photos are used for such an elaborate scam! As soon as they know, they’ll be looking for Ken Ezeani all over Nigeria – and beyond in order to sue him, claim damages and more importantly, perpetually restrain him from ever again using their photos on any of his nefarious projects.
Or worse, these beautiful and innocent people featured here are long dead – and are resting in peace…a position where they can no longer fight for their rights again…
Either way, it should be the honest belief of anyone who is smart and loves justice to hold that Ken Ezeani is better off in prison!
Ken Ezeani of e-Business Technologies Changes Phone Numbers Like Mad!
Who changes phone numbers almost every year and still calls himself a businessman – if he/she is not an outright scammer?
This is the chief characteristic of scammers…1 phone number a day. Last year, I was smart enough to save a screenshot from Ken’s webpage. Today, when I checked the same webpage, I was shocked that things have changed – completely…and ‘Sir’ Ken had got a new phone number!
Do the two cell phone numbers match? What does that tell you – especially the sharp switch from MTN to Glo?
Kenechukwu Ezeani Also Changes Bank Accounts…Only Scammers Do That!
The original business name Ken Ezeani registered his scamming activities with was Crenex Business and the original account was with Access Bank – that was the early days of the scam – when national outrage had not yet been registered.
However, as the days went by, Ken perfected his scamming methods and he completely got out of hand…that was when, it is believed, he switched both accounts and business names:
Ken Ezeani Has Also Changed His Very NAME!
When Ken Ezeani started out, he was called ‘James Osita’. However, overnight, he changed his name completely to Ken Ezeani…the questions are: did he get ‘married’?! How are we even sure ‘Ken Ezeani’ is not a stolen name?!
Other Miscellaneous Points All Pointing Irrefutably That Ken Ezeani of e-Business Technologies is a Thief/Common Scam
The Face of the Internet Scammer of the Century (did you notice how dull he looks?)
- Ken Ezeani, someone who does ‘business’ online has no direct FB account or Twitter handle. The only account he has is a G+ account. Even there, his photo isn’t available on his profile pix. Instead, he has some silly quote…
- He also has no photo online! None…The photo shown above is from my archives of his page, dating back to over two years ago when he originally scammed me.
- Ken Ezeani has ceased to call himself by that name…he is now officially without a name. A visit to his primary scamming tool confirms this as he neither signs with his name nor appends his name to the trashy products he sells.
- The keywords driving traffic to his other sites: kenezeani.com and earnnaira.com are predominantly keywords either seeking his phone number or trying to figure out if he is a scam! You check this out on Alexa here and here.
A variant of this entry was previously published on one of the Notopoverty platforms…below are some of the reactions it gathered via comments: