Man Cries Out After Falling Victim To The Scam Of This Pretty Fake Customs Official On Facebook

Published On: June 8, 2018, 8:01 am
Author: success Xenab
-- (m) at 8-06-2018 08:01AM

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A man has raised an alarm after falling victim to the scam of a fake Customs official on Facebook. It was revealed that a particular lady, who goes by the name Ademola Victoria on Facebook, with a profile picture which depicts her as a customs woman, has been discovered to be nothing but an Internet fraudster.

The fake account holder has been sending friend requests to people, and whoever falls into that carefully arranged scam by confirming her as a friend is liable to automatically become a prospective victim.

A young graduate, who ignorantly fell her victim, narrated to Crime Puzzle reporter how he fell for the scam.

Hear him: “My name is Bankole Olayiwola Babatunde. On May 15, 2018, one lady in customs uniform as her profile picture, Ademola Victoria, sent me a friend request, which I obliged. The next that happened was to ask me if I was interested in a customs job. As job seeker, I answered in the affirmative. She then asked me to forward my particulars to her; my curriculum vitae (cv), credentials and voter’s card. Since I am in dire need of a job, I did as directed.

“On receipt of my particulars, she sent me a form via whatsapp, telling me to print and fill it, which I did. She thereafter asked me to send the sum of #3,000 into a United Bank for Africa (UBA) account with the following details: Financial Secretary, Ezekiah Imoye Lazarus, 2104136939. Still not suspicious of her wicked intent, I did.

“Thereafter, she told me to open a salary account, where the management would always pay my salaries into after being offered employment. Still not suspicious of her, I tried attempting doing as directed, but didn’t succeed. However, when she tried finding out if I had opened the account, I answered in the affirmative. She then directed me to send #15,000 for application form. I told her I didn’t have such an amount and pleaded with her to help me. Based on that, she sent me the form.

“What happened next was shocking to me. On Thursday, May 31, 2018, a man, Ayomide, called my father, complaining to him that I had duped him to the tune of #170,000 through a business platform known as ‘bit coin’. Another person, who gave his name as Segun, called on Monday, June 4, 2018, saying I duped him in the same manner to the tune of #120,000



“It was later I realized that the fraudster had gone into my Facebook account, uploaded my pictures with which he opened another Facebook account in my name, using Bankole Olayiwola Samuel, the name on my voter’s card”. Bankole narrated.

Embittered Bankole has, however, cried out to Nigerians to discountenance whatever Internet business transactions proposed to them in his name, adding that it was a fraudulent ploy to fleece unsuspecting people.



-- fineboy77 (m) at 8-06-2018 08:20AM
(10850 | Hero)

na wa o

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-- officynero (m) at 8-06-2018 08:24AM
(1464 | Gistmaniac)

wonders shall never end
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-- Haso112 (m) at 8-06-2018 09:40AM
(6671 | Gistmaniac)

NA GUY MAN SCAM YOU, NO BE THIS LADY....!
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-- nature7888 (m) at 8-06-2018 10:07AM
(4226 | Gistmaniac)

Na one guy sit down some where d run this movement.
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-- gogoman (m) at 8-06-2018 10:23AM
(32876 | Addicted Hero)

u see woman for uniform , ur eye don dey tear  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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-- kp45 (m) at 8-06-2018 10:31AM
(10397 | Hero)

Guy you should know better.
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-- helberry (f) at 8-06-2018 04:12PM
(103 | Upcoming)

Disclaimer:
Good Day everyone
My Name is Izekor Helen Nosa an Assistant Superintendent of Customs II working with the Nigeria Customs Service.
Please be informed that Some social media fraudsters have been using my pictures to advertise Customs Recruitment and Sale of Customs Seized Vehicles..
Please be informed that I am not in any way connected to this act.
It is also worthy of note that the Nigeria Custom Service does NOT in any way advertise recruitment or sell seized cars on Social Media.
I hereby use this medium to inform the general public to ignore any post using my picture or name to advertise the sale of any vehicle by the Service in an attempt to defraud innocent members of the public.
However, the Service and relevant authorities are making efforts to track down those involved in this social media fraud..
Authentic Customs website: Custom.gov.ng
Verified Facebook: Nigeria Customs Service
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-- slimber (f) at 8-06-2018 08:59PM
(12070 | Hero)

So women too dey scam very good for those boys scamming wonen...Anyways you guys cnt catch me.
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-- Remson1 (m) at 9-06-2018 09:59PM
(11 | Newbie)

I no fit believe waiting my ear dey hear..
with all wey I don see, don hear no body fit scam me..
U can only rub me with others means but not like some that almost all World do understand. ..
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