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'90 Day Fiancé' Scam? Nicole's Family Tells All On Azan's 'Suspicious' Business

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Nicole Nafziger gave her fiancé Azan Tefou $6,000 to start a business after calling off their wedding because of financial issues. The 90 Day Fiancé star's stepdad exclusively revealed to how the family believes the store is a "get-rich-quick scheme."

"He's living off of her," Joe Fouraker claimed to "She sends him money. He was going to start a business. My wife was there for a week for the wedding. He would never allow anybody to see his place of business."

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He alleged, "He doesn't have one! He wasn't intending to set one up. He's milking her for all he can."

On 90 Day Fiancé: Will Nicole & Azan Say I Do? they planned their second wedding after calling the first one off because Nafziger, 24, didn't have official documents for their marriage license.

"My family already lost $6,000," Tefou said, as Nafziger added, "Me and Azan are paying for most of the wedding. All the money I saved up from America."

But they quickly learned they wouldn't have enough, as tables for the venue cost $3,000 per table. Tefou explained they would need 15 tables. Nagziger's Moroccan-style wedding dress would set them back $1,500.

"I'm really starting to stress," Tefou said. "I didn't know it would be that much money for the wedding. I feel pressure."

The two then announced they are canceling the wedding because they "don't have enough money."

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"Instead of the wedding, we have decided to try to open up a beauty shop," Nafziger said. "A lot of the money I saved up from America is now in the store."

Nafziger contributed $6,000 to the business, while Tefou only gave $500. His name would be the only one listed on the rent.

"I am surprised the purchasing of the store takes precedence over the wedding," Nafziger's mom said. "That looks suspicious. Maybe this whole store thing is Azan's get-rich-quick scheme."

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When her mom asked to see the store, Tefou told her he wanted to wait until it's ready. He claimed all of the photos of the store got deleted.

"Azan is going to be gone with your money," her mom warned her daughter. "They're not going to get married. There is not a store."

Tefou and TLC did not respond to's request for comment.

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