Job descriptions Sample Templates How to do it yourself Words and Meanings Interview questions and answersJobs > Full Time > Please Avoid this Fake Nigeria Customs Job Recruitment

Please Avoid this Fake Nigeria Customs Job Recruitment

Sep 2, 2016, 11:22 AM
Nigerian Customs Service - Fraudsters have become more daring by the day as they have now devised a new tactics to defraud unsuspecting job applicants. The latest trick is to use fake customs letterhead advertising for replacement in the agency.
Asking job seekers to send their applications to info.nigeriacustomservice@mail.ru or call one Mr Usman on 09022898422 for the job application form.

Many people who do not know may easily believe the letterhead as it looks like the genuine one.

However, applicants have been warned never to fall victim to the antics of the fraudsters as the Nigeria Customs Service does not do replacements, and when it comes to recruitment, it is well advertised on the National dailies.







People have been warned to take note as fraudsters are now using every opportunity to defraud people using online scam and tactics.

If recruitment is not publicized, know that it is suspicious as most Federal Government vacancies are made public. Also, people have been warned not to part with any more when looking for a job.

Similar Jobs

Head of Support Services at Danish Refugee Council

Research Supervisor (Molecular Breeding) at International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)

Ongoing recruitment at ipNX Nigeria Limited

Quantity Surveyor at Avant Facilities Services Limited

Country Sales Lead at Bolt (formerly Taxify)

Office Assistant at Health Functions

Graduate Research Assistant in a Book Club in Lagos

Business Development Officer at Bellforte Consulting

Job Vacancies at Idmibok International (360HSDC)

Content Curator (Remote) at Qarallax Nigeria Limited


Subscribe to Free Job Alerts!

Being aware and applying for jobs on time increases your chances of getting a job. Information is key. Subscribe to our free job alerts

Enter your email below and click subscribe.


Full Time 
Scam