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Alert! Scammers inviting victims under EFCC guise

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The EFCC has raised am alarm over a purported scam email indicating that it is inviting certain individuals to report to its office regarding a fraudulent transaction.

It therefore warned members of the public to ignore “any message allegedly coming from the EFCC that their banks have sent a report of fraudulent transaction on their account.”

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The agency said in a statement on Wednesday, that “The said mail is not from the EFCC.

“We advise the general public to please ignore such messages or report to the EFCC via the following: [email protected], [email protected], or Hotlines: 09-9044571, 09-9044572, 09-9044573.

 

 

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