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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Jabarzee(m): 10:20am On Sep 14
Omo double wahala
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Mariopgomery(m): 10:20am On Sep 14
Jamb is where the failures of Nigeria as a country starts, why must everything relating to jamb be so stressful? So the people at Jamb did not put into consideration that some of the aspirants must surely one way or the other lose their phones and sim card? There should be multiple ways to do something so simple as change of course but the dull people working at jamb would obviously never think of it.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by ibuildstuff(m): 10:21am On Sep 14
MANNABBQGRILLS:

Can you just imagine
80% of the citizens of this nation are damn corrupt.
They are out with different kinda fraudulent ways to make quick money.
Illegal means is a way of life to some Nigerians.
Can you imagine how many people this kind of thing can put in jeopardy.

The mom was using a number for 5 whole years, never knowing that it was another man's profile with his picture that was registered at MTN by criminals!!
There was a nation!
Ya the citizens are corrupt but APC politicians are saint.

We should criticize the citizens and praise the politicians.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by iyatrustee(f): 10:21am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:


Thanks a lot Sir, but it seems you didn't understand what I am about to say.
To register for jamb in the first place one has to send a text to a particular number then he will received a code.


Now to change your course one has to send a text using that number choose the option of course change make the payment before going ahead with the change of course in his jamb profile.

Check the email. To change course, they only need the profile code to access his profile. You were only asked of the telephone line because the text msg was sent there.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by comshots(m): 10:22am On Sep 14
Make him wait for next jamb.He go make his cutoff mark.He don fail this one already

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Elder0001(m): 10:22am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:
Greetings to elders, I have so much respect for this forum as person they struggle with one isissue I say ma carryam come elders forum.

It all began last 2- weeks when my brother wanted to apply for his P-UTME exam. But to do so the school he applied for required him to change his course as his cut off mark for the course he applied before hasn't reached. This is necessary for him to be considered among those that will be shortlisted to Sit for exam.

We went to Jamb CBT to change his course and go ahead with the P-UTME registration. This is where The problems started unfolding. We Came to realize that he used my mum's number to open his jamb profile, and the sad thing is that they had stolen my mum's phone with that sim in it last two months. She lived for some weeks without phone before going ahead to buy a phone and a new sim.

So when the CBT guy told us that we will need that sim for change of course to be possible. We went to jamb office here in Kaduna and they confirmed the CBT guy statement. We went for the sim swap last monday but Mtn told us that since the sim pack wasn't available she will have to do a court affidavit. We got the affidavit instantly but there was a lot of que when we go back to the Mtn office.

We have to leave it till Tuesday, we went early morning when it was her turn for the swap she went ahead but one surprising thing is that the same sim that she bought and registered by herself 5- years ago turned out to be displaying a different person pix with details.

That's where real wahala start ooo, the Mtn agent told her that there is no way that sim swap will be done because it wasn't her pix in the profile. He told her that what actually happens was that the people she bought the sim from where just business men disguising themselves as Mtn agent, they are just after to sale their sim card in order to gain profit. They will offer you a registered sim as unregistered and take you through the process of registering as if that was the exact Time the registering is taking place.

At the end we trird other Mtn offices but the same answer was given to us the only way out was to look for the person whose pix is displaying to come by himself and do the swapping. This is a person my mum has never met in her entire life she don't even know him.

Remember that she was just a victim of a circumstance that's beyond her control and anybody can fall for it. I can't even comprehend how an innocent student will waste another year at home as result of a missing sim or number.

Pls I am begging on fellow elders in the house or anyone that has been in similar situation like this or know someone that has come across a similar problem and was able to solve it to pls help my brother out he has already wasted a year at home.

Pls help me out

Why didn't he use his own number?
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Laghima: 10:23am On Sep 14
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Connected1: 10:24am On Sep 14
Go to the nearest Jamb Cbt centre, they don't even need your phone number for change of course.
They will change your course/institution when you pay #3.5k, which is #2.5k for remita payment, then 1k for miscellaneous.
You only send a code when registering at the initial stage.
All they will ask is your Jamb Regular No. and the preferred course you are changing to.
I sure say you never reach the Jamb Cbt Centre sef.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by fitinwell: 10:24am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:


Thanks a lot Sir, but it seems you didn't understand what I am about to say.
To register for jamb in the first place one has to send a text to a particular number then he will received a code.


Now to change your course one has to send a text using that number choose the option of course change make the payment before going ahead with the change of course in his jamb profile.

You can use,..the option to access jamb profile page either phone number or email address...provided during your registration..

Or you visit Jamb office in your region.

You face this challenge of welcome back pack.. because you are not a street boy..

With #500 that will be fix and forgotten..

Affidavit and the rest are long process...

Any Agent should be able to fix this..

Goodluck to you Jonathan

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by youngdabold19: 10:24am On Sep 14
The only option here is to wait till next year because sincerely you can't swap that sim..If you push your luck too much,you can be arrested and sued for impersonation and sim theft.It is only the picture on their database that can be used to swap the sim.Shikena.

I also felt nearly the same thing,mine was my date of birth but luckily enough I got it swapped.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by stcharlesedu: 10:24am On Sep 14
This is a serious issue.
but during the registration excersise jamb said candidate should used their personal Sim to do the registration at cbt center.

I also learnt that those that did bypass, change of course or institution without Otp from jamb, that jamb had revert the change back to it previous.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by stcharlesedu: 10:26am On Sep 14
Connected1:
Go to the nearest Jamb Cbt centre, they don't even need your phone number for change of course.
They will change your course/institution when you pay #3.5k, which is #2.5k for remita payment, then 1k for miscellaneous.
You only send a code when registering at the initial stage.
All they will ask is your Jamb Regular No. and the preferred course you are changing to.
I sure say you never reach the Jamb Cbt Centre sef.

For 2020, u need an opt from jamb to effect any change

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Connected1: 10:27am On Sep 14
stcharlesedu:


For 2020, u need an opt from jamb to effect any change
Do you mean otp?
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by bammydhele(m): 10:27am On Sep 14
Let him retrieve the sim; provided he is the one that registered the sim if not let the person that registered the sim retrieve it
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by MANNABBQGRILLS: 10:28am On Sep 14
ibuildstuff:

We should criticize the citizens and praise the politicians.
Read the latter part of our signature and you will understand why we won't bother to waste time on you or your likes.
Waste of time and space tongue

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by strangest(m): 10:29am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:
Greetings to elders, I have so much respect for this forum as person they struggle with one isissue I say ma carryam come elders forum.

It all began last 2- weeks when my brother wanted to apply for his P-UTME exam. But to do so the school he applied for required him to change his course as his cut off mark for the course he applied before hasn't reached. This is necessary for him to be considered among those that will be shortlisted to Sit for exam.

We went to Jamb CBT to change his course and go ahead with the P-UTME registration. This is where The problems started unfolding. We Came to realize that he used my mum's number to open his jamb profile, and the sad thing is that they had stolen my mum's phone with that sim in it last two months. She lived for some weeks without phone before going ahead to buy a phone and a new sim.

So when the CBT guy told us that we will need that sim for change of course to be possible. We went to jamb office here in Kaduna and they confirmed the CBT guy statement. We went for the sim swap last monday but Mtn told us that since the sim pack wasn't available she will have to do a court affidavit. We got the affidavit instantly but there was a lot of que when we go back to the Mtn office.

We have to leave it till Tuesday, we went early morning when it was her turn for the swap she went ahead but one surprising thing is that the same sim that she bought and registered by herself 5- years ago turned out to be displaying a different person pix with details.

That's where real wahala start ooo, the Mtn agent told her that there is no way that sim swap will be done because it wasn't her pix in the profile. He told her that what actually happens was that the people she bought the sim from where just business men disguising themselves as Mtn agent, they are just after to sale their sim card in order to gain profit. They will offer you a registered sim as unregistered and take you through the process of registering as if that was the exact Time the registering is taking place.

At the end we trird other Mtn offices but the same answer was given to us the only way out was to look for the person whose pix is displaying to come by himself and do the swapping. This is a person my mum has never met in her entire life she don't even know him.

Remember that she was just a victim of a circumstance that's beyond her control and anybody can fall for it. I can't even comprehend how an innocent student will waste another year at home as result of a missing sim or number.

Pls I am begging on fellow elders in the house or anyone that has been in similar situation like this or know someone that has come across a similar problem and was able to solve it to pls help my brother out he has already wasted a year at home.

Pls help me out

look for the email of those guys controlling the IT part of JAMB database, send them a mail explaining everything and ask that the information be forwarded to your email


try to reach them through

support.jamb.gov.ng

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by ibuildstuff(m): 10:29am On Sep 14
MANNABBQGRILLS:

Read the latter part of our signature and you will understand why we won't bother to waste time on you or your likes.
Waste of time and space tongue
Get behind me demons

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by kazeeyoung(m): 10:30am On Sep 14
I encounter same issue with Airtel last week when they sent me message to go and update my sim to 4G, on getting there the name on the system is different, they just re-register me afresh. May be because yours is sim lost and is MTN?

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by BlueOrange: 10:33am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:
Pls forgive my typos I managed to type with a broken touch.



There's a way to go about it but you seem to be too confused to think about it. Do I have your personal attention?
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by BlueOrange: 10:34am On Sep 14
strangest:


look for the email of those guys controlling the IT part of JAMB database, send them a mail explaining everything and ask that the information be forwarded to your email


try to reach them through

support.jamb.gov.ng



You're the only smart person on the thread besides me. Brilliant

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by KingsArome(m): 10:34am On Sep 14
Before they do reply mails, but now they don't anymore. But you can still give it an attempt by login to his jamb profile and complain or let him go to the nearest cbt center and tell them he wants to make a complaint.

While making complaint don't forget to provide the number you want them to change too.

itzzkhaliii:
Greetings to elders, I have so much respect for this forum as person they struggle with one isissue I say ma carryam come elders forum.

It all began last 2- weeks when my brother wanted to apply for his P-UTME exam. But to do so the school he applied for required him to change his course as his cut off mark for the course he applied before hasn't reached. This is necessary for him to be considered among those that will be shortlisted to Sit for exam.

We went to Jamb CBT to change his course and go ahead with the P-UTME registration. This is where The problems started unfolding. We Came to realize that he used my mum's number to open his jamb profile, and the sad thing is that they had stolen my mum's phone with that sim in it last two months. She lived for some weeks without phone before going ahead to buy a phone and a new sim.

So when the CBT guy told us that we will need that sim for change of course to be possible. We went to jamb office here in Kaduna and they confirmed the CBT guy statement. We went for the sim swap last monday but Mtn told us that since the sim pack wasn't available she will have to do a court affidavit. We got the affidavit instantly but there was a lot of que when we go back to the Mtn office.

We have to leave it till Tuesday, we went early morning when it was her turn for the swap she went ahead but one surprising thing is that the same sim that she bought and registered by herself 5- years ago turned out to be displaying a different person pix with details.

That's where real wahala start ooo, the Mtn agent told her that there is no way that sim swap will be done because it wasn't her pix in the profile. He told her that what actually happens was that the people she bought the sim from where just business men disguising themselves as Mtn agent, they are just after to sale their sim card in order to gain profit. They will offer you a registered sim as unregistered and take you through the process of registering as if that was the exact Time the registering is taking place.

At the end we trird other Mtn offices but the same answer was given to us the only way out was to look for the person whose pix is displaying to come by himself and do the swapping. This is a person my mum has never met in her entire life she don't even know him.

Remember that she was just a victim of a circumstance that's beyond her control and anybody can fall for it. I can't even comprehend how an innocent student will waste another year at home as result of a missing sim or number.

Pls I am begging on fellow elders in the house or anyone that has been in similar situation like this or know someone that has come across a similar problem and was able to solve it to pls help my brother out he has already wasted a year at home.

Pls help me out

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Eriggs: 10:35am On Sep 14
ibuildstuff:

Get behind me demons
all u nairaland pikin sef. na jeje dem MANNA siddon wey u go quote dem. now dem give u mamba for head gbosas, u dey shout get behind, wen na u dey run follow dem everywhere for behind, even for ur sleep. who come be demon now? nairaland children too funny sha . dem MANNA, keep hitting dem with the truth.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by bosunolu(m): 10:36am On Sep 14
There is a page in JAMB where you can report personal issues that you may have. You will need your registration number and other details. Just explain your problem, JAMB will get you a way out. There is always a way out of every problem. You only need to discover it.
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by uuzba(m): 10:36am On Sep 14
University is meant for serious adults.
If you don't have the balls to use your own phone number and details to register for it, then maybe you are not brave enough to face adult life.

Go and do the JAMB again. You will be more matured on your next attempt.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by strangest(m): 10:36am On Sep 14
BlueOrange:



You're the only smart person on the thread besides me. Brilliant
awww thanks
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by micflo28(m): 10:36am On Sep 14
Rush to jamb office, your registration details are with them and you can change the Sim card you use in getting informations there. Next time, always go to MTN office to do your sim registration, pre-registered SIM cards is now a crime as criminals buy it in bulk for the aim of scamming people. Take caution next time please.
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by omakay(m): 10:37am On Sep 14
From what i can understand from this issue, we need to be realistic with ourselves. This UTME registration just came with a whole lot more baggages.

ITEMS NEEDED FOR A SUCCESSFUL UTME REGISTRATION.

1, Money for UTME scratch card.

2, A new small phone.

3, A new and fully registered simcard. ( i will suggest that the sim is bought at a friendship centre)



You will need to keep the phone in a safe place and recharge the line with small credit from time to time. Also make some calls with it to keep the line valid.

But do not take it out with you for fear of loss.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by ibuildstuff(m): 10:38am On Sep 14
Eriggs:
all u nairaland pikin sef. na jeje dem MANNA siddon wey u go quote dem. now dem give u mamba for head gbosas, u dey shout get behind, wen na u dey run follow dem everywhere for behind, even for ur sleep. who come be demon now? nairaland children too funny sha
Which gbosas person say make I go read him signature, he dey advertise for me abi, make him nor go face him suya business.

Fail supporter of a failed govt.
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Agathabishen(f): 10:39am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:


Thanks a lot Sir, but it seems you didn't understand what I am about to say.
To register for jamb in the first place one has to send a text to a particular number then he will received a code.


Now to change your course one has to send a text using that number choose the option of course change make the payment before going ahead with the change of course in his jamb profile.

Go to any business centre in Kaduna tell them you want to do change of course they will log into his jamb profile using his email address and password, initiate the rrr payment and give him to pay or pay for him, then give him the payment receipt to go to CBT center and change.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by Folzye(m): 10:39am On Sep 14
The best thing to do is contact IT support at JAMB.. you should have the access to update your profile by using a Sim or number that you have access to.
Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by ibuildstuff(m): 10:40am On Sep 14
uuzba:
University is meant for serious adults.
If you don't have the balls to use your own phone number and details to register for it, then maybe you are not brave enough to face adult life.

Go and do the JAMB again. You will be more matured on your next attempt.
Do u know if the kid has a phone, some of u will just open ur mouth waahhhhhhhh, nothing come outside.

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Re: JAMB: How A Lost Sim Has Put My Brother In Jeopardy by IamGoke(m): 10:40am On Sep 14
itzzkhaliii:
Greetings to elders, I have so much respect for this forum as person they struggle with one isissue I say ma carryam come elders forum.

It all began last 2- weeks when my brother wanted to apply for his P-UTME exam. But to do so the school he applied for required him to change his course as his cut off mark for the course he applied before hasn't reached. This is necessary for him to be considered among those that will be shortlisted to Sit for exam.

We went to Jamb CBT to change his course and go ahead with the P-UTME registration. This is where The problems started unfolding. We Came to realize that he used my mum's number to open his jamb profile, and the sad thing is that they had stolen my mum's phone with that sim in it last two months. She lived for some weeks without phone before going ahead to buy a phone and a new sim.

So when the CBT guy told us that we will need that sim for change of course to be possible. We went to jamb office here in Kaduna and they confirmed the CBT guy statement. We went for the sim swap last monday but Mtn told us that since the sim pack wasn't available she will have to do a court affidavit. We got the affidavit instantly but there was a lot of que when we go back to the Mtn office.

We have to leave it till Tuesday, we went early morning when it was her turn for the swap she went ahead but one surprising thing is that the same sim that she bought and registered by herself 5- years ago turned out to be displaying a different person pix with details.

That's where real wahala start ooo, the Mtn agent told her that there is no way that sim swap will be done because it wasn't her pix in the profile. He told her that what actually happens was that the people she bought the sim from where just business men disguising themselves as Mtn agent, they are just after to sale their sim card in order to gain profit. They will offer you a registered sim as unregistered and take you through the process of registering as if that was the exact Time the registering is taking place.

At the end we trird other Mtn offices but the same answer was given to us the only way out was to look for the person whose pix is displaying to come by himself and do the swapping. This is a person my mum has never met in her entire life she don't even know him.

Remember that she was just a victim of a circumstance that's beyond her control and anybody can fall for it. I can't even comprehend how an innocent student will waste another year at home as result of a missing sim or number.

Pls I am begging on fellow elders in the house or anyone that has been in similar situation like this or know someone that has come across a similar problem and was able to solve it to pls help my brother out he has already wasted a year at home.

Pls help me out

If he wants to change his course and institution, why don't you log in his JAMB CAPS for Correction of Data.

I think with that, you don't need phone number just your email and password to login and do your correction by paying with your ATM card. It is something you can even do on phone sef....

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