Lagos Police Arrest Leader Of A Notorious Syndicate, Pius Asomba Over Fake Bank Alert (Page 2)

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Desilent1 at 5-12-2015 07:15AM (4 years ago)
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I av 2 point out here dat some thing doesn't add up in this story. Pls check paragraph 3, 2nd sentence. "The owner of the goods later corresponded with his bank and it was confirmed...". If this actually was d case then
1.the bank or 1 of its employees is in on the deal,  thus shud be held accountable
2.  The "owner" wasn't smart enough to check with his account officer to confirm payment of such a huge sum.
N. B.. Gistmania writers/editors shud confirm stories b4 posting to avoid sensationalism of sensitive issues
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Wikigenius at 5-12-2015 10:00AM (4 years ago)
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omo criminals plenty 4 naija
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Wikigenius at 5-12-2015 10:01AM (4 years ago)
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omo criminals plenty 4 naija
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Wikigenius at 5-12-2015 10:01AM (4 years ago)
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omo criminals plenty 4 naija
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Wikigenius at 5-12-2015 10:01AM (4 years ago)
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omo criminals plenty 4 naija
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botlex at 5-12-2015 03:33PM (4 years ago)
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Nice one from the police there. And the bank officials that connived with him should also be caught.
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okatee at 9-12-2015 12:05PM (4 years ago)
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na God catch all of dem, omo dis one na real magic alert. make thunda fire dat banker
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bohlah at 16-12-2015 09:57PM (4 years ago)
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Different types of Scammers in Nigeria. they all operate on different frequencies. This one na Fake bank alert. It's serious

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charisVEC at 6-03-2016 10:01AM (4 years ago)
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Omor..dis guy na konfirm terrorist ooo..
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