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Author Topic: Nigerian Customs Do Not Auction Cars Online: Beware of FRAUD!  (Read 2372 times)

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Day In Day Out, Fraudsters are seeking for New Ways to Fleece Nigerians of their Hard Earned Money, The Latest Scheme is about Purported sales of Nigerian Customs Seized Vehicles Online Auction.

Within the past 30 days, I have Banned Over 200 usernames and Over 1000 Fraudulent Posts and Threads of Sales of Custom Seized vehicles on the Autos Section Which were without any Doubt Fraudulent.

The Modus Operandi of these Nefarious Elements are to Post Purported Customs Seized Vehicles at RIDICULOUSLY LOW Prices and Demand for Deposits to "Secure the Car " or "Secure the File" at Customs Offices.

Most Times, they go as far as Posting Photos of Customs Officials on their Profile Pages thereby Impersonating genuine Customs Officers.

They have Flooded the Nigerian Online Space now and are On Every Major Car Websites with Free Listings.

A Couple of Months Ago, The PUNCH Newspapers Nabbed a Syndicate of These Type of Fraud from an Innocent Buyer Who wanted to Buy a 2010 Toyota Camry for N400,000.

You can read it here

We Encourage Buyers to Beware of Auto Adverts with Ridiculously Low Prices, It takes a certain level of Greed to Fall Victim of Fraud in Most cases.

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Re: Nigerian Customs Do Not Auction Cars Online: Beware of FRAUD!
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2015, 02:29:26 PM »
Certainly for many buyers I think it very useful information. However there are many inexpensive options for sale collected on one site where I actually also got to myself the Toyota cars in Lagos on car. Maybe there are also other opinions in this respect. At least I remained is happy.


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Re: Nigerian Customs Do Not Auction Cars Online: Beware of FRAUD!
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2015, 11:29:20 PM »
i thank god for the great auction car god have directed to me,i am very happy ever since we have good president things are be going well,i bought auction car in a cheap price,god bless mr osemechael,i believe you too can buy a car at cheap price dont fail to call him 08162618307.

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Re: Nigerian Customs Do Not Auction Cars Online: Beware of FRAUD!
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2015, 11:29:20 PM »


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