The Nigerian Communications Fee (NCC) has disassociated itself from a letter, titled: “Certificates of Website Possession”, for clearance of “Mast Transmission Antenna”, being circulated by some people, and purporting that the letter was issued by the NCC.
A press release by NCC Director, Public Affairs Reuben Muoka whereas describing the letter as fraudulent, suggested the Nigerian public, company organizations, to be cautious of the wiles of fraudsters prowling within the streets with all types of illegitimate paperwork.
In keeping with the assertion, the fraudulent letter claimed that the Fee had carried out an inspection on a sure website which is for “9-Cellular Telecommunications Firm G.P.R.S”.
It stated the fraudsters additionally gave situations that the unsuspecting recipient of the letter would meet to make the certificates legitimate and efficient to be used by “tenth November 2022”.
It famous that it’s doable that a number of and variants of the fraudulent letter could have been despatched to people, and organizations, with the intent to defraud, utilizing the title of the Fee.
“The Nigerian Communications Fee, due to this fact, needs to dissociate itself from the import, and content material of this letter, or related ones, which can have been despatched out by the faceless people.
“For the avoidance of doubt, the design and format of the cast letterhead bears no similarity with these of the Fee. The division quoted within the fraudulent letter is non-existent on the Fee. The signatory to the letter can be not recognized to the Fee.