How to get your money back from scammers in Nigeria


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How to get your money back from scammers in Nigeria
Posted on: August 19, 2023, 02:39:42 AM
Are you a victim of fraud and scams in Nigeria? I have a piece of important information for you that will help you get your money back, or wouldn't you want to fight back?

Scam in Nigeria is gradually becoming a normal business for many Nigerian youths who believe that the only way to succeed is by scamming people of their hard-earned money. The worst is that they always go scot-free but there are things you can do to suppress them. Too bad that even the Nigerian Police are mostly not helpful when it comes to fraud and scams in Nigeria.

Most times when you report to the police you end up losing more because you are going to pay a huge amount of money before they can consider listening to you. The Nigerian commercial banks are the worst because even seeing your money moving from their bank to another they won't still help.

What you can do to get your money back when someone scams you

This guide can only help those in these categories:

> If you mistakenly transferred your money to someone's account and the person refused to return the money.
> If you paid for goods and services and the person refused to deliver as promised.
> Someone tricked you and extort money from you falsely
> Any scam or fraud that has to do with bank transaction

Follow these steps below to report scammers and fraudsters and get your money back

1. Write out the Full name and account number of the page or person.

2. Go to the last notification your bank sent you after you made the payment (via mobile app or text), and copy out the "TRANSACTION ID NUMBER".

3. Go to any branch of the scam artist's bank (the bank you transferred to), and ask to see the CUSTOMER SERVICE in charge of FRAUD.

While you are there, send an email to SCAMMER'S BANK or the bank u wrongly paid to and copy
CBN FRAUD DESK. ( n also
&, this will ginger the bank to take it up fast.

What should you expect to happen?

The culprit/suspect's account will be PLACED ON HOLD. His BVN will be blocked permanently. No account will ever be opened nor will he be able to transact banking business in that name until he clears himself with the bank.

Meaning he/she cannot transfer or withdraw until they visit the bank, and when they do, the bank will contact the police, and the suspect when proven guilty will sign a waiver allowing the bank to refund your money.

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