A rapper named SelfMade Kash is booked for selling credit card scamming tips on social media! We’ve all seen those accounts on Instagram promising to flip your money, and make 15 cents into $15k!
According to Click On Detroit, Jonathan Woods, a.k.a. “Selfmade Kash” constantly flexed on social media, and used to rap in his songs that he was the king of scamming, and committing credit card fraud, according to federal officials. Whats up with people snitching on their selves?
Anyway he thought he was so nice with it that the he was charging people on Instagram! The had this to say about the infamous swiper:
“Woods claimed to be sophisticated at credit card fraud when, in fact, he is not,” a charging document reads.
The rapper would flex holding large amounts of cash with credit cards emojjis on all social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Snap Chat implying how her got the funds.
Swiper no Swiping would people what bank identification numbers, or BINs, to use. Unfortunately, you cant trust a scam artist, and all the info was all cap, and many of the BINs didn’t even exist, according to officials!
Woods would have people transfer money to him via interstate wire services, such as Western Union and MoneyGram in order to pay for his scammy tips according to the authorities. Woods would use the name “James Green” to accept the funds.
Mr. Selfmade Cash is being charged with four counts of wire fraud, possession of 15 or more unauthorized access devices for possessing a cellphone with credit and debit card info of other folks without their knowledge, and aggravated identity theft.