It is no news that several scammers who pose to be Nigerian Customs’ agent are all over every where. They fraudulently advertise very cheap cars on whatever platform they use and lure people into believing it’s the real deal. The unfortunate ones end up being duped; they won’t see any car after they make payment.
We at Autojosh would not want you to be the next victim of these dubious acts. We took time to get some of the scammers exposed by the Nigerian Customs Service. They did well to state the platform these scammers use, their name and then their contacts.
Please, you have to be very careful of who you deal with especially when it comes to buying of cars. Always remember that all that glitters isn’t gold.
Have you been in contact with any of the following on Facebook or any other social media platform?
Have you been offered choice cars at ridiculous prices?
Have you been deceived to believe you were dealing with Customs, the Comptroller-General of Customs or any of his Officers regarding auction sales of cars?
If you have been in touch with any of these Facebook accounts, you are a potential victim of Facebook/Internet Scammers.
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