BEWARE OF SCAMMERS, CUSTOMS WARNS
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) is issuing a crucial scam alert regarding the escalating activities of fraudulent entities preying on unsuspecting individuals through social media platforms, falsely claiming association with the NCS far purposes of auctions or recruitment.
Recent events have brought to our attention a surge in scams orchestrated by
deceitul individuals impersonating high-ranking officials within the NCS These
fraudulent tactics exploit the public’s trust, promoting fictitious auctions and sham
recruitment drives purportedly endorsed by out service
All seized łover time goods have laid down Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for dispesal in line with the Nigeria Customs Service Act, 2023. While these items might be in our custody, NCS officals are only authorized to conduct auctions or recruitment with the requisite legal backing in line with our processes and procedures
The NCS uncquivocally asserts that auctions of seized goods are never
conducted via any social media platform, Any such elaims on social media should
be traced as fraudulent and promptly reported.
For accurate and updated details about the Nigeria Customs Service and its operations, we strongly encourage the public to verify information exclusively through the official NCS website, www.customs gov.ng Additionally, you can reach out to our help desk lne at +234703 7891156. Our official social media handles, listed below, also serve as reliable sources of information, These channels are committed to providing accurate and authenticated updates on our service and activities
Individuals are advised to visit any Customs fornation nationwide and meet
with the Public Relations Oficers (PROS) to verify any financial commitments related to seized goods or recruitment before proceedıng
Our commitment remains unwavering in protecting the public from fraudulent
activities. We implore everyone to exercise vigilance and prudence when approached
with offers or announcements regarding Customs auctions or recruitment. Any
suspicious activities should be reported to the nearest Customs office or though eur
official communication channels for immediate assistance.