- Information has revealed that there are a lot of people committing fraud on Facebook
- The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the Police has come up with series of severe measures to restrict fraud committed on the social media
- The police said that the restriction is expected to reduce the illicit act of the fraudsters all over the world
Police have arrested a Nigerian online scammer in Sri Lanka. The scammers that were nabbed by the police for fraud include twenty five suspects from Uganda.
The Sri Lanka police in their reaction said the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the police has come up with series of severe measures to restrict illegal people.
Daily News reports that investigations earlier revealed that a lot of foreigners had been duped by the fraudsters.
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Legit.ng gathered that investigations revealed scammers illicit act on Facebook by telling men and women to inform they have won an expensive prizes but asking them to paid a sum in advance of the package reaching them.
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Meanwhile, Police have warned people to be more cautious on social media platforms and not to fall for scams that ask for personal details or money.
Legit.ng recently reported that a young man was exposed on social media for posing as a needy student while defrauding unsuspecting victims of their hard earned money.
Nigerians are known to be compassionate especially when there's a need to show support for a presumed needy person who has reached out to the public for help.
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