NIN Registration: "BVN Holders" Should Take Note Of This Fake Website Created By Fraudsters
By Gistokoro4 | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1308 views
NIN Registration: "BVN Holders" Should Take Note Of This Fake Website Created By Fraudsters.
It's no longer news that a lot of Nigerians have mistakenly disclosed their personal details to some fraudsters and this is very wrong because these fraudsters can use their personal details for illegal activities.
Recently, the "National identity management commission" warned Nigerians not to use some fake websites to register or apply for their "National identification number". "NIMC" also revealed a fake website through which some fraudsters are deceiving Nigerians, here is the fake website revealed by "NIMC".
So, people are advised not to use this website shown above to apply for their "National identification number".
What do you think about these fake websites created by some fraudsters in Nigeria?.
Also, what advice will give to the Federal Government concerning these fake websites?.
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