The Federal Capital Territory-Internal Revenue Service (FCT-IRS) has dismissed alleged appointment letters in circulation, saying it was not recruiting.
In a statement by the Head, Corporate Communications, Mustapha Sumaila, the agency cautioned members of the general public to be careful not to fall victim to fraudsters who were circulating the letters.
“We are calling on the general public to be wary of the activities of these fraudsters who are out to defraud them of their hard-earned savings.
“The fake employment letters did not emanate from FCT-IRS, therefore, anyone who patronises such fraudsters does that at his or her peril. Meanwhile, we have beamed our searchlight on the nefarious activities of these bad elements with a view to bringing them to book,” it said.
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