EFCC Disclaimed Alleged N1m Reward To Yahoo Informants

EFCC Disclaimed Alleged N1m Reward To Yahoo Informants

The official EFCC has countered a viral story about N1m reward to Yahoo Yahoo Informants. According to a statement released by the EFCC spokesman, he described the incident was a phishing method for cybercriminals to dirty the organization. He briefs high caution and assures the matter is under total surveillance.

Caution statement of the EFCC on N1m reward to Yahoo Yahoo informants.

Scam Alert: EFCC Not Offering N1m Reward to Yahoo Yahoo Informants. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission wishes to inform the general public that it has not issued any notice in social media promising a financial reward for anyone with information that could lead to the arrest of a Yahoo Boy.

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This clarification became necessary following phone calls by citizens wanting to cash in on notices in the social media by fraudsters promising a reward of One Million Naira (N1, 000,000) for friends, family and relatives of yahoo boys who hand them over to the EFCC. The promo with #Efcc and #beagoodcitizen states, “If you have a Yahoo Yahoo boy as Family, Friend or Relative, Kindly hand them over to us, and get a Massive reward of 1million naira.”

EFCC N1M Reward Offer

The Commission wishes to state that this message is alien to the EFCC, and members of the public are enjoined to disregard them. Promoters of the hashtags are currently under surveillance and every effort will be made to bring them to justice. While the Commission welcomes information that could lead to the arrest of cybercrime suspects, it has no policy of financial reward for such informants.

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The fight against corruption and other forms of economic crime is a patriotic duty and Nigerians are encouraged to embrace it with altruism. The whistleblower policy of the Federal Government which the Commission is among the agencies saddled with its implementation applies only to public sector corruption. The public is warned that the Commission will not be responsible for anyone who falls for this obvious scam.

We are available to serve you via the following channels. EFCC Hotlines: 08093322644; 09-9044751; 09-9044753 Email: info@efccnigeria.org Social media handles: @officialefcc (verified handles) Website. Be security conscious and double-check every transaction before getting deep, azure voice cares #royamoo #azurevoice