Beware: Fake NIS Recruitment Schedule Training Mail Circulating

Beware: Deceptive NIS Recruitment Training Mail Alert! Stay Informed and Protected from Fraudulent Emails. Verify Authenticity and Spread the Word to Prevent Scams.

The online space is rife with opportunities, but also brimming with pitfalls.

One such peril emerged recently when the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) management released an urgent warning to the general public.

They have cautioned everyone, especially job applicants, about a deceptive recruitment mail that’s been doing rounds on the internet.

What’s the Hoax All About?

The circulating online mail claims to be a shortlist, a training program, and an interview schedule for aspiring NIS recruits.

Such mail could easily fool unsuspecting individuals, leading to potential harm or fraud.

NIS Management’s Advisory

The Nigeria Immigration Service has been straightforward about the situation:

“Please discard any correspondence that looks like this (screenshots attached) if you received it. It’s a forgery!”

This is a stern warning and a clear indication of the risks associated with such fraudulent emails.

How to Verify Authenticity?

The legitimate management in charge of the NIS and NSCDC recruitment 2023 CDCFIB has already released genuine lists of shortlisted candidates.

They have guided applicants to visit their official website for verification:

Check Your Name on the Official List

The cdcfib management has also provided clarity on their recruitment process:

Documentation and Issuance of Appointment Letters: This will take place for successful candidates and will be simultaneous for both Services.
Dates for Verification: This will be held from Tuesday 15th August, 2023 to Monday 4th September, 2023.
Venues: Documentation will be at the Board and the issuance of appointment letters will be at the Service Headquarters.

Who is NIS?

For those unfamiliar with the institution at the heart of this alert, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is the primary government agency in Nigeria responsible for migration management.

Their commitment to keeping applicants informed and safe from potential scams further underscores their importance and authenticity.

In the digital era, scams grow more complex.

Stay informed and cautious to prevent issues. Verify unsolicited emails, particularly those about recruitment or finances.

Spread the word to protect others from scams – it’s not just about you.
Stay vigilant, and trust only the official channels.

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