Friday 23 September 2016

For Involving in Internet Fraud, See What the EFCC Did to 2 Men in Ibadan

Two men have found themselves in more trouble than they can handle after being picked up by the EFCC over their criminal acts.
Two persons have been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in Ibadan.
They were arrested after they were found out to have been involved internet fraud.
According to the News Agency of Nigeria, this was contained in a statement issued on Friday by Ayo Oyewole, EFCC’s Head of Public Affairs in the Ibadan Zonal Office of the commission.
The statement said the suspects, aged 26 and 29, were involved in various internet fraud activities.
It said one of the suspects was engaged in internet love and romance scam while the other, the self-styled fashion director of Datsol Industries Limited, often surfed the internet for online purchases through auction sites.
The statement alleged that the first suspect had on the internet impersonated two American Army Officers– Sergeant Shaft Pagan and Perrie Edingson—said to be serving in Afghanistan.
It said the suspect engaged unsuspecting ladies on the internet in a dating and romance scam through which he fleeced them of their money.
The statement said the last scam involved one P. J. from the United States.
The suspect, the statement said, claimed he obtained about N4 million in tranches, an amount which he used in buying a car.
The other suspect, who the statement said lived at No. 3, Adeniyi Avenue, old Bodija, Ibadan, lived an ostentatious life without a definite job.
The statement said the EFCC had gathered that the suspect was always indoor surfing the internet.
It said though arrested differently, both suspects had confessed in their statements to internet fraud.
An envelope containing several documents, one laptop, three modems, one iphone and two Nokia phones, were recovered from one of the suspects.
“Others are an international passport, forged Union Bank Statement of Account with NUBAN number: 10141411389 for Datsol Industries Limited,” the statement said.
It said the EFCC also recovered three identity cards bearing different names and biodata, a 2010 Black Toyota Lexus car with registration number (Lagos) SMK 475 EH.
The statement further said that the EFCC recovered two laptop computers, one Blackberry phone and several love scam mails from another suspect.
It said that the suspects would be arraigned in court as soon as investigation was completed.
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