As fraudsters and scammers grow in large numbers, there are concerns for Fake, Invalid N-power Text Message, SMS, Email being dished out to applicants. Many have fallen to these tricks ignorantly.
This post will identify fake messages, educate the public on how to identify fraudulent website and how to know genuine Government websites.
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Fake/Invalid N-power Text Message/SMS/Email- 3 Ways To Know: As fraudsters and scammers grow in large numbers, there are concern for Fake, Invalid N-power Text Message, SMS, Email dish out to applicants, many have fallen to these tricks ignorantly
Find blow some three ways these Fake/Invalid N-power Text Message/SMS/Email can be reduced if not eliminated
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If the message, sms or email, sent to you contains a link that requires you to fill in your N-Power details but did not direct you to the original N-Power portal which is NASIMS portal, rather it redirects you to a fake N-Power Recruitment website”
Check the sender of the message if the phone number or email does not match with the N-Power NASIMS portal support contact for Batch C, and the N-EXIT support team contact for Batches A and B, ignore it”
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Always check the domain extension, most Federal Government website always ends with the .gov.ng, avoid .com .org links and links with – hyphens, these are red flags.
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