Beware fraud and scams during this lock-down ….

A lady on Aina Street, Ojodu Berger, Lagos just lost N105,000 in the process of obtaining fake N10,000 grant from government for staying at home. Apart from her bank account details, she equally supplied her BVN for purported confirmation by the Ministry of Finance. The fraudsters used the information supplied by her to clear the entire money in her account. Please, take note:

  1. There is no free money, no free credit or recharge cards and no free data any where. No company is giving out any free money, recharge cards or data for any anniversary. No celebrity or politician is sharing money to ALL his or her fans on Facebook.


  1. Any site or promo that asks you to share any information to your contacts or groups is fake. Such has been designed by fraudsters to generate traffic or to hack into your accounts.


  1. Your phone numbers, email address (and sometimes password), bank account details etc. you supply are in great danger of being hacked and you are at risk of losing money or valuable information to the internet fraudsters.
  2. When in doubt always ask for advice before you proceed


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