Warning issued by Nigerian Customs Service about fake recruitment notice
Fake recruitment notice circulating on social media, NCS warns Nigerians.
The notice is falsely claiming to be from the agency.
The NCS has advised Nigerians to disregard the notice and be wary of scams.
Fake Recruitment Notice Uses .net Domain
The NCS stated that the fake recruitment notice uses the domain name https:// recruitmentfile.net/ nigeria-customs-recruitment/, which is not the official website of the agency.
The NCS’s official website is www.customs.gov.ng, and it does not use the .net domain.
Therefore, any recruitment notice claiming to be from the NCS that uses a .net domain is fake.
Recruitment Only Through Official Website
The NCS has emphasized that any recruitment it conducts will be concluded through its official website.
It urged Nigerians to disregard any recruitment notices that do not appear on the official website.
Agency not recruiting currently, will announce on official website if it does so in future
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NCS Urges Scammers to Desist
The NCS has called on those behind the fake recruitment notice to desist from such fraudulent activities.
It noted that there are indications that the notice is not from the agency, and urged Nigerians to be wary of such scams.
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NCS Explains Procedures for Seized Car Auctions
In another development, the NCS recently explained its procedures for auctioning seized vehicles.
The Acting Public Relations Officer of the agency, Mr. Abdullahi Maiwada, stated that there are procedures for clearing items for auctioning, and that seized vehicles have to meet the required window before they are considered for auctioning.
Maiwada noted that the agency adheres to standard operating procedures for auctioning vehicles and other intercepted items.
Nigerians are advised to be cautious when it comes to recruitment notices from government agencies, especially when they appear on social media.
The NCS has reiterated that its official website is the only source of authentic information regarding its recruitment process.
It has also warned that scammers will be dealt with according to the law.
The agency’s procedures for auctioning seized items have also been clarified, and Nigerians are encouraged to follow due process in such matters.