Saturday, 4 March 2017

Beware! Check out the new way internet fraudsters are now using to defraud people

The Kwara state commissioner of police,
Olusola Amore, on Friday, March 3,
revealed the new ways internet scammers
have found to start defrauding people.

In a statement made available by the
command's Public Relations Officer, Ajayi
Okasanmi, the commissioner of police revealed
that, the fraudsters' earlier scam of sending out
text messages to people claiming that their
Bank Verification Number (BVN) had been
deactivated was no longer effective, hence
their new strategy.

He added that the fraudsters would inform
their victims that N7,000 or more had been
debited from their account as subscription fee
for the bank's monthly digest magazine and
that the charges would be deducted monthly.

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