Desperate house seekers cry out for help after being deceived

Fraudulent activities of ex-convicts spark outrage among housing seekers

Desperate house hunters cry out for help after being duped by famous landlords
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Desperate home seekers who fell victim to the fraudulent activities of Florence (née Behane) Pambukani and Felix Pambukani are speaking out against ex-convicts. The couple has been selling land they do not own, despite a Superior Court order and sheriff’s instructions to vacate the property. The victims are now demanding justice and a refund of their hard-earned money.

The Pambukanis continue to deceive unsuspecting buyers using false court verdicts and urgent requests that never materialize. Their victims are frustrated and helpless, and live in fear of the couple’s history of hiring thugs to attack people. The victims are urging the Zimbabwe Republic Police and the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission to take action against the Pambukanis, who have a history of fraudulent activities.

One victim, who wanted to remain anonymous, expressed frustration and helplessness, saying: “We are tired of their tricks; We need our money back. We were desperate for a place to call home and they took advantage. “They promised us the world, but the only thing they fulfilled for us was a false dream.”

Another victim lives in fear, stating: “I know his history of hiring thugs to attack people; I don’t know what to do; I have nowhere to go. “I just want my money back and for them to be held accountable for their actions.”

The victims are urging the authorities to take action against the Pambukanis, who have a history of fraudulent activities. The couple’s actions have left many innocent people in financial ruin, and their continued freedom has sparked outrage among affected home seekers.

The publication has called for an investigation into the matter to provide justice to the affected housing seekers. The plight of the victims highlights the need for authorities to take swift action against scammers like the Pambukanis, who prey on vulnerable people. The authorities must ensure that justice is served and that Pambukanis are held accountable for their crimes.

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The fraudulent activities of the Pambukanis have caused untold suffering and it is time for them to face the consequences of their actions. Victims deserve justice and authorities must ensure they receive it. The public is also urged to be vigilant and wary of fraudulent activities such as those of the Pambukanis, known for their deceptive tactics.

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