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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Nobody: 12:29pm On Aug 17, 2020
bank staff are always involved

- kidnapping
- illegal transfer
- 419
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Asour: 12:29pm On Aug 17, 2020
ojuu4u:
If Efcc can be arresting bankers in connection with yahoo boys, am 100% sure yahoo stuffs will be substantially degraded .

Those working in banks know & aid majority of the fraudsters to swindle people hard earned money.

It would be clumsy. That's the responsibility of the Nigerian Financial intelligence unit. Banks can't police themselves. Some Nigerian banks aren't event saintly themselves(the few I have dealt with).

Even with the NFIU guidelines a lot still pulls through due to international payments systems. Western Union, Transfer wise etc, PayPal etc.

No pattern for tracking illicit transactions is failsafe. and truthfully more guidelines means more encumbrance for us legal transactions because every security measure adds a cost/inconvenience.

Let's try though. God help us.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by BuddhaPalm(m): 12:30pm On Aug 17, 2020
gulfer:
The last name spoilt the perfect lineup. lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

That guy is just on loan.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Danielmegg(m): 12:30pm On Aug 17, 2020
Nothing way Baba
No go see for Stadium

Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Asour: 12:34pm On Aug 17, 2020
Nickymichy:
I keep saying this...banks officials are responsible for all these fraudulent activities... someone sent money to my account to give to his friend after 30minutes there about... only for me to receive call from a guy that my account is having problem that I should sent my bvn for rectification.... imagine....how him take know say money enter my account?....

True. But certainly NOT ALL.
Banks have controls. And humans always seek new means to subvert controls. Fraud elimination is a never ending fight. Even the likes of Goldman Sachs, Well Fargo and HSBCs of the world are not immune from this.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Eddygre8(m): 12:45pm On Aug 17, 2020
New systems of fraud everyday
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by cleod: 12:45pm On Aug 17, 2020
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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by ojuu4u(m): 12:47pm On Aug 17, 2020
[quote author=Asour post=92916637]

It would be clumsy. That's the responsibility of the Nigerian Financial intelligence unit. Banks can't police themselves. Some Nigerian banks aren't event saintly themselves(the few I have dealt with).

Even with the NFIU guidelines a lot still pulls through due to international payments systems. Western Union, Transfer wise etc, PayPal etc.

No pattern for tracking illicit transactions is failsafe. and truthfully more guidelines means more encumbrance for us legal transactions because every security measure adds a cost/inconvenience.


Western union can easily traced unlike bitcoin, if for instance a young guy present a code number for Western Union pay, bearing foreign names, Bank's officials can call on Efcc or other agencies to interrogate such beneficiaries, if banks can adopt this tactics alone, many Yahoo guys will be dissuaded & eventually frustrated.


Even for the bitcoin, I think if technology can do in to do transactions cryptocurrencly" they are supposed to find solution on how to locate the senders and receivers easily.

By not find solution for internet frauds, it had let to negative multiple effect on youth and by extension to Nigeria economy.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Asour: 1:01pm On Aug 17, 2020
[quote author=ojuu4u post=92917280][/quote]

You are right. I am not a Bitcoin expert, but from what I hear, the tech. Provides simplicity/speed for transactions. Simplicity/speed in finance reduces security from elwhat I know.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Proffdada: 1:03pm On Aug 17, 2020
Abouwaza:
Hmm
Crazy
To all tribal warriors
Crime knows no tribe please
a particular crime knows tribe cheesy

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by emmanuelewumi(m): 1:04pm On Aug 17, 2020
ednut1:
A lot of rich men have secrets accounts no one except bank managers and account officers know about. Last last they steal the money after a while.

With your BVN your family can get all your account numbers and their balances in Nigeria
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by AFONJAPIG(m): 1:25pm On Aug 17, 2020
I think my girlfriend flatmate boyfriend might one way or the other involve in this, each time I visit her, the guy use to make calls, I overheard him saying cloning of sim, transfer and others, these names mentioned here i heard him mentioning it on calls, the guy is gee guy , he might avade arrest because he's not in Nigeria
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by smallsmall: 1:31pm On Aug 17, 2020
BlowYourMind:
Can you imagine, in Lagos State south west out of about 8 criminals only is from south west.


That one Southerner sef was just an unfortunate Sheep that rolled with the Dogs, end up eating Feaces or just another "Developer" using a Yoruba name!

All these Developers of Lagos are Criminals, that is why they can boast of buying up Lagos, with Proceeds of Criminality

, was picked up in the gang’s hideout after a technical analysis of the details of the gang and its activities. His arrest facilitated the apprehension of six other members of the gang in different parts of the metropolis.

They are Osita Nwafor 45; Nwogu Joseph Chika, 36, Anthony Odama, 43, Ikechukwu Nkem, 32, James Okonkwo, 51, Adedio Paulinus, 29, and Ogundepo Olufemi, 51.

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Bighead9: 1:31pm On Aug 17, 2020
Jonathan39:
Ogundipe is from Anambra grin grin


Yes he is. The Ogundipe guy is just impersonating Yoruba, check the shape of his head and you will know his true identity. grin grin grin grin grin

Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by smallsmall: 1:36pm On Aug 17, 2020
Asour:


True. But certainly NOT ALL.
Banks have controls. And humans always seek new means to subvert controls. Fraud elimination is a never ending fight. Even the likes of Goldman Sachs, Well Fargo and HSBCs of the world are not immune from this.

Nigeria is a peculiar case.
Bankers of TODAY are mostly Criminals, amjority pf them, unlike in the Past.
They are the ones conniving with Criminals to expose banking details of Customers to Fraudsters.

But what do we expect, when the Bank Executives cheat their staff and employ some of them as CONTRACT STAFF for more than Five years
shocked
How would such Bank Worker not think of stealing from the Bank, seeing how their Bosses are also stealing their sweat.
Nigeria is bleeped-up.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by anonimi: 1:38pm On Aug 17, 2020

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Bighead9: 1:40pm On Aug 17, 2020
Ejanla07:


Dis ones na yoruba.. But u no see am....
Adedio Paulinus, 29, and Ogundepo Olufemi, 5
Sophisticated morons

They are not Yoruba, they are both impersonating Yoruba. The shape of their heads are flat. grin angry grin grin

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by smallsmall: 1:47pm On Aug 17, 2020
anonimi:


Just as the drug dealer owns all the revenue in Lagos



Its better than being "Landlord" in the Prisons of other Countries, from China, to Malaysia, to Thailand, to South Africa, Japan, Islarel, Europe, Cambodia, just name it the place, they are on Death Row for Drug smuggling and Drug dealing.
I must be Rich at all costs mentality

Please hellep me advice Osita Nwafor 45; Nwogu Joseph Chika, 36, Anthony Odama, 43, Ikechukwu Nkem, 32, James Okonkwo, 51, Adedio Paulinus, 29, that Criminality does not Pay
undecided

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by OROSUNBOLB(m): 1:51pm On Aug 17, 2020
Amakapigs ! Criminality is well embedded in their DNA. They can't do without crimes of all sorts,it is the pivot upon which their criminal lives rotate.

You'll see them in their usual 2b2 shops forming hardworking Jews meanwhile, the real hustle that is paying the bills is criminality - robbery, kidnapping, ritual killings, drug,etc. This is why nobody wants them near or around for the fear of the crimes they are capable of committing.

Oju ole da,olee ! Omo nna,ole !

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Ykc2(m): 1:56pm On Aug 17, 2020
BlowYourMind:
Can you imagine, in Lagos State south west out of about 8 criminals only is from south west.
can you imagine out of 50000 igbos in london only two skull miners beheaded a British soldier because of 72 virgins in their sambisa forest heaven grin

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Jonathan39: 1:57pm On Aug 17, 2020
Is not new, your ancestors denied Kwara and afonja, same way mko abiola was denied till he dies of hunger in prison grin grin yorubas ==weaklings make your papa no deny you one day sha
Bighead9:



Yes he is. The Ogundipe guy is just impersonating Yoruba, check the shape of his head and you will know his true identity. grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Jonathan39: 1:59pm On Aug 17, 2020
A criminal is a criminal whether one or hundred. Or you want to deny him like the way abiola was denied too grin
WILLuKPquiet:


One Ogundipe in the midst of ten Igbo fraudsters. You should be ashamed.
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Ykc2(m): 2:08pm On Aug 17, 2020
BlowYourMind:
Baby factory product with insolence and criminality
here is what is called baby factory ,as your seeing them their parents dont send about them again

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Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Annytreasure: 2:21pm On Aug 17, 2020
God help us in this kwantry
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Bighead9: 2:24pm On Aug 17, 2020
Jonathan39:
Is not new, your ancestors denied Kwara and afonja, same way mko abiola was denied till he dies of hunger in prison grin grin yorubas ==weaklings make your papa no deny you one day sha


That's the same way we denied our Ojukwu till he died of frustration. When we denied Ojukwu during his election bid. We voted Buhari against our own Ojukwu in 2003. Ojukwu later became an Aboki Ass licker. grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by BlowYourMind: 2:46pm On Aug 17, 2020
Ykc2:
here is what is called baby factory ,as your seeing them their parents dont send about them again
This is mali or Sudan, but this? grin

Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by oaugraduate1234: 2:47pm On Aug 17, 2020
NgeneUkwenu:
Ig...... AMAKA,

WE OWN ALL THE PROPERTIES IN LAGOS! cool shocked
For your dream
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by oaugraduate1234: 2:49pm On Aug 17, 2020
Infact, it's now clear that some bankers have connections with criminals and fraudsters
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by Kenstufez: 3:10pm On Aug 17, 2020
Adama and Adedio are not Igbo names, stop being foolish!

WILLuKPquiet:


You have just displayed gross stupidy by this comment. You must have a degree in foolishness. One person in the midst of eight or more people. Who contaminated who? Stupidity must be your surname. grin
Re: They Scout For Obituaries Of Rich People To Steal Money In Their Bank Accounts by anonimi: 3:29pm On Aug 17, 2020
smallsmall:
Its better than being "Landlord" in the Prisons of other Countries, from China, to Malaysia, to Thailand, to South Africa, Japan, Islarel, Europe, Cambodia, just name it the place, they are on Death Row for Drug smuggling and Drug dealing.
I must be Rich at all costs mentality

Please hellep me advice Osita Nwafor 45; Nwogu Joseph Chika, 36, Anthony Odama, 43, Ikechukwu Nkem, 32, James Okonkwo, 51, Adedio Paulinus, 29, that Criminality does not Pay undecided

How are they different from Hushpuppi, Esho Jinadu aka Buruji Kashamu and other Yoruba criminals?
Stop your primitive tribalism and face the issues of criminality with us Yorubas, Nigerians and Africans.

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