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28 Jan 2017
Before the technological innovation that brought about the Internet, the financial fraudsters popularly known as 419-ners were in operation in Nigeria especially in the commercial city of Lagos. They were mainly grown-up, educated and illiterate men and women, who specialised in using fax machines to defraud unsuspected foreigners and Nigerians. In the early 90’s, they…
23 Sep 2016
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested two persons for internet fraud in Ibadan.

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