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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Skmoda360(m): 1:17pm On Jul 06
Shedrack777:
vote me or any young man below the age of 40years as the next president come 2023 and nigeria will turn around for good
List out your agendas bro....and make it public....we youths want change ooooo.....we tired of this death and rotten government....
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 1:44pm On Jul 06
otis3:



Must you remain a slave....when are you going to face the truth.everything is wrong with Nigerian image courtesy of people like you with corrupt and fraud culture

I'm not a slave, I take action into my eon hands. You're the slave because you cry about Nigeria image, what image are we talking about please if I may ask? Why do you want to travel outside the shore of this country? Aren't you looking for greener pastures. Careless about Nigeria is a dead country it's best we burn the fucking shithole country down.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 1:46pm On Jul 06
tot:


Another thief has showed face. Hide your face in shame, you this common thief.

We're thieves in one way or the other in this shithole country! Cry like a baby dummy!
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by tot(f): 1:47pm On Jul 06
BornRicch:


We're thieves in one way or the other in this shithole country! Cry like a baby dummy!

Heya, you want to rope everyone in. Speak for yourself, own it with your chest, YOU are the thief. Mschew.

See his useless moniker sef, BornRich indeed, more than BornWithNoMorals.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 3:11pm On Jul 06
tot:


Heya, you want to rope everyone in. Speak for yourself, own it with your chest, YOU are the thief. Mschew.

See his useless moniker sef, BornRich indeed, more than BornWithNoMorals.

Don't be a hater dude and never you Judge a book by the cover. Live your precious life, if you want to travel outside the shore of the country I wish you the best. Regardless there will always be good and bad... I wish you have the slightest idea who you're talking to right now you will forever be grateful for life... Not in a negative way though.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by tot(f): 3:13pm On Jul 06
BornRicch:


Don't be a hater dude and never you Judge a book by the cover. Live your precious life, if you want to travel outside the shore of the country I wish you the best. Regardless there will always be good and bad... I wish you have the slightest idea who you're talking to right now you will forever be grateful for life... Not in a negative way though.

Mister, I don't need to know who you are. All I know is that at the other end of Yahoo are real people who have shed tears, developed HBP, become suicidal because they lost money they used years to work for - to people like you. That is all I need to know. It is wicked. Stop it.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 3:14pm On Jul 06
tot:


Mister, I don't need to know who you are. All I know is that at the other end of Yahoo are real people who have shed tears, developed HBP, become suicidal because they lost money they used years to work for - to people like you. That is all I need to know. It is wicked. Stop it.

Ok thank you!!!
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by abbiboy: 4:21pm On Jul 06
Shedrack777:
vote me or any young man below the age of 40years as the next president come 2023 and nigeria will turn around for good


The worst re under 40 yahaya bello is a reference point.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 4:49pm On Jul 06
It's just a warning notice to avoid inconvenience, you can pay with your credit card that matches with the names on the passport, you can pay for someone too but have to present/attached an I'd card or driver's licence to verify the owner is aware of the payment.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 4:55pm On Jul 06
BornRicch:


I'm not a slave, I take action into my eon hands. You're the slave because you cry about Nigeria image, what image are we talking about please if I may ask? Why do you want to travel outside the shore of this country? Aren't you looking for greener pastures. Careless about Nigeria is a dead country it's best we burn the fucking shithole country down.

Living in Nigeria and missing out on real life exposure and being able to see and partake in what real human development and ability a human being can attain is worth traveling outside of Nigeria shore.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by themanderon: 5:03pm On Jul 06
BornRicch:


Ok thank you!!!


Mr if indeed you are a yahoo boy I can guarantee you it would all end in tears if you don't change. I know someone doing life imprisonment in China so don't think you are wiser. The curses of those you steal from will follow you to your grave if you don't change.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 5:03pm On Jul 06
davidtemi:
[/b] yes, u can see it in d form (processing country)
If the names on the application/passport matches with the name on the credit card it's not a problem, I have paid several times
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 5:18pm On Jul 06
tot:


Mister, I don't need to know who you are. All I know is that at the other end of Yahoo are real people who have shed tears, developed HBP, become suicidal because they lost money they used years to work for - to people like you. That is all I need to know. It is wicked. Stop it.
Exactly!

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by NeeKlaus: 5:23pm On Jul 06
dtsfynest:
Nothing strange here other than the merchant informing you that some international credit card companies "might" decline use of their credit cards on some Nigerian merchant sites. Just the way some Nigerian bank debit and credit cards dont work on some FX/ crypto currency trading sites. Asides that, some Nigerian merchants and especially this site may generally prefer debit card payments especially to counter cases of charge backs and stories associated with Credit cards.

Like I said. Nothing strange here. (Edited for those quoting me)
In many international merchant sites not even Nigerian, you may have to call your bank to allow the credit card payment through.
Only difference here is the merchant (Nigerian immigrations) is giving you a heads up that it may not work.

Not all CCs automatically work on all merchant sites. It has nothing to do with Nigeria or what not.
Is this why PayPal is refusing my Visa Card, telling me to contact my bank even though I have contacted them and they said nothing is wrong with it? Because this is just bad.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 5:30pm On Jul 06
OP is raising false alarm. I used my CC to pay UK Visa fee and it was rejected. I had to call my bank to authorize the payment before It was allow to go thru. Most bank will reject international transaction if said account does not do international transaction foro security purposes
.

OP is not raising false alarm, countries where credit card is rampant are most monitored and transactions are subject to approval, for example, European banks intentionally blocked the use of their credit card ( especially Visa and Mastercard given out in Europe) in the United States, if you traveling to the USA you must apply to your bank to temporarily open your credit card for usage while you are there. That's no brainer, Nigeria is also on the list of monitored countries.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 5:34pm On Jul 06
xandy84:
OP is raising false alarm. I used my CC to pay UK Visa fee and it was rejected. I had to call my bank to authorize the payment before It was allow to go thru. Most bank will reject international transaction if said account does not do international transaction foro security purposes.

OP is not raising false alarm, countries where credit card is rampant are most monitored and transactions are subject to approval, for example, European banks intentionally blocked the use of their credit card ( especially Visa and Mastercard given out in Europe) in the United States, if you traveling to the USA you must apply to your bank to temporarily open your credit card for usage while you are there. That's no brainer, Nigeria is also on the list of monitored countries.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 6:14pm On Jul 06
themanderon:



Mr if indeed you are a yahoo boy I can guarantee you it would all end in tears if you don't change. I know someone doing life imprisonment in China so don't think you are wiser. The curses of those you steal from will follow you to your grave if you don't change.

Have you heard the news about the EFCC boss being arrested? i want you to channel the same energy to him...
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 6:17pm On Jul 06
omanzo02:


Living in Nigeria and missing out on real life exposure and being able to see and partake in what real human development and ability a human being can attain is worth traveling outside of Nigeria shore.

Lol � only fools would assumed someone live in Nigeria.. I hate assumption so I won't stress myself towards you..... Have you heard the news about the EFCC boss being questions for fraud? i want you to channel the same energy to him...
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by raphy(m): 6:20pm On Jul 06
who Nigerian passport help self, when all this get rich quick gangs have spoil our image...carry naija passport at your own risk

i don tear my own tay tay a country tht a baboon is there leader. .

tear ya passport e no good again .
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 6:59pm On Jul 06
BornRicch:


Lol � only fools would assumed someone live in Nigeria.. I hate assumption so I won't stress myself towards you..... Have you heard the news about the EFCC boss being questions for fraud? i want you to channel the same energy to him...

It's not assumption, I grew up and schooled in Nigeria and I know where the knowledge there ends, I don't believe in let do with what Nigeria have when we can do more and go higher, it's only people like you will believe EFCC boss is being questioned when DSS already released a statement denying what you come here to defend, please I am not lazy and slow in thinking.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 7:22pm On Jul 06
omanzo02:


It's not assumption, I grew up and schooled in Nigeria and I know where the knowledge there ends, I don't believe in let do with what Nigeria have when we can do more and go higher, it's only people like you will believe EFCC boss is being questioned when DSS already released a statement denying what you come here to defend, please I am not lazy and slow in thinking.

I don't have the need to read your message and I'm done with you. Btw, I'm not in Nigeria you fool.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by xandy84: 7:55pm On Jul 06
I accused him of raising false alarm cos he made it look like his card was declined cos he is a Nigerian and that was why I gave my experience. It does not matter where you are from, if your bank suspects fraud, your bank has the right to decline the use of your card.







omanzo02:


OP is not raising false alarm, countries where credit card is rampant are most monitored and transactions are subject to approval, for example, European banks intentionally blocked the use of their credit card ( especially Visa and Mastercard given out in Europe) in the United States, if you traveling to the USA you must apply to your bank to temporarily open your credit card for usage while you are there. That's no brainer, Nigeria is also on the list of monitored countries.












Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 9:40pm On Jul 06
BornRicch:


I don't have the need to read your message and I'm done with you. Btw, I'm not in Nigeria you fool.

Wow, who cares about where you are? Your mentality and reasoning capacity is too low to engage in intellectual discussion.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 9:44pm On Jul 06
xandy84:
I accused him of raising false alarm cos he made it look like his card was declined cos he is a Nigerian and that was why I gave my experience. It does not matter where you are from, if your bank suspects fraud, your bank has the right to decline the use of your card.

Exactly, that's duty of a bank for sure to protect its customers and protect its product. Also it's the duty of the Nigeria foreign affair/immigration to make Nigerians aware to avoid inconveniences hence that notice, I have made payment with credit card there without hassle, when my wife used hers they requested for ID to make sure she is really the one making the payment and not some fraudulent person using her card.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by davidtemi: 10:57pm On Jul 06
omanzo02:

If the names on the application/passport matches with the name on the credit card it's not a problem, I have paid several times
yeah u're right, but I think as the case of scam frm Nigerians persists there's extra security in the use of a credit card for any transaction. Not only on passport/visa.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by otis3(m): 11:25pm On Jul 06
[quote author=BornRicch post=91448918]

I don't have the need to read your message and I'm done with you. Btw, I'm not in Nigeria you fool.



You must be in Somalia for you not to have encountered the suspicious personality of Nigerians out there .

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 11:51pm On Jul 06
omanzo02:


Wow, who cares about where you are? Your mentality and reasoning capacity is too low to engage in intellectual discussion.

Ape �
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 11:51pm On Jul 06
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Fool
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by BornRicch: 12:14am On Jul 07
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Somalia �� will be a great choice, dickhead.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Ezenwanne: 2:47am On Jul 07
Hate by Hausa-Fulani and Yorubas did not allow Dora Akunyili (RIP) rebrand this nation for good. Imagine what it would have been like, had such a creative woman been given enough time and support.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 8:54am On Jul 07
BornRicch:


Ape �
It's obvious you are living a frustrated life and only apes run ape riot like you do on this thread. grin

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by omanzo02: 8:58am On Jul 07
otis3:
You must be in Somalia for you not to have encountered the suspicious personality of Nigerians out there .

I think the man is frustrated with his own life, he has be running ape riot on this thread.

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