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How To Report Scammers Bank Account In Nigeria

If, by mistake, you ever disclose information about your credit card, pins, serial numbers, login details or information about financial documents to any one you suspects to be a fraudster, you can report the account number of such a person to the authorities and have him arrested and prosecuted. Check out How To Get Back Your Money After Online Scam.

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This article was written to show you how to report the bank account of a scammer in the event that you are scammed or there was an attempt to scam you.

What should I do if I am scammed or there is an attempt to scam me?

RAISE ALARM: Many people know this as whistle blowing. Whistle blowing is the art of calling the attention of the authorities to any form of conversation around financial transaction considered to be illicit, fraudulent, deceptive and capable of making one lose money to another.

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In Nigeria, the federal government enacted a whistle blowing policy to help individuals draw the attention of the government and financial institutions to act of frauds perpetrated on the both government institutions and private individuals.

As such, the banks are obligated, by this policy, to ensure that your case is investigated to avoid being found culpable.

As a way of making it easy for people to contact their banks, should there be any need to do so, the banks have provided many channels of communication through which people can register their complaints swiftly. This include official email address, toll free phone lines and social media handles.

Access Bank

+234 1- 2712005-7, +234 1-2802500, 07003000000,
contactcenter@accessbankplc.com

Citibank Nigeria

Public Affairs Office
Phone: 234 1 279 8400
Phone: 234 1 463 8400
E-mail: publicaffairs.nigeria@citi.co

Ecobank

+234 1 277 2904
ecobankenquiries@ecobank.com

Fidelity Bank

Tel: 070034335489
Whatsapp: +2349030005252

FIRST BANK

0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), 01-4485500, 0708-062-5000
Email: firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com.
FirstContact
Tel: +234 1 905 2326
Tel: +234 708 062 5000
Email : firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com
Tel: +234 1 448 5500

First City Monument Bank

Whatsapp: (+234) 09099999814 or (+234) 09099999815
Head Office Phone Number: 012793030
Telephone: 01-2798800 , 07003290000.
Send an email to customerservice@fcmb.com

Guaranty Trust Bank

(GTConnect) on 01448000, 070 0482 6663 28, 080 2900 2900, 080 3900 3900

Heritage Bank

Email: info@hbng.com,
01- 2369000, 0700
Key Stone Bank
+234 700 2000 3000
Email: contactcentre@keystonebankng.com

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Polaris/Skye Bank

Call:
0700-POLARIS (0700-7652747)
0806 988 0000
Email: yescenter@polarisbanklimited.com

Stanbic IBTC Bank

0700 909 909 909
International: 234 0700 909 909 909
Email : CustomerCareNigeria@stanbicibtc.com

  1. Standard Chartered
    +234 1 270 4611 – 4 or email at clientcare.ng@sc.com

Sterling Bank

+234 906 000 6449,
07008220000 (070078375464), 014484481-5
Email to customercare@sterling.ng

Union Bank

WhatsApp: 09070070001
UnionCare: +234-1-2716816 and 07007007000
Whistle Blower Hotlines: 0800TIPOFFS (0800 847 6337)
Email: customerservice@unionbankng.com

UBA

Tel: +234 700 2255 822 (0700-CALL-UBA)
+234 1 280 8822 (2808UBA)
+234 1 631 9822
Email: cfc@ubagroup.com

Unity Bank

Email: we_care@unitybankng.com,
customercare@unitybankng.com
Telephone: +234 (0) 7080 666 000, +234 (0) 7057 323 226,
+234 (0) 7057 323 229

Wema Bank

07000PURPLE (07000787753), +234-8039003700, send an SMS to 07051112111 or drop us an Email: purpleconnect@wemabank.com.
Chat with them on WHATSAPP – 09044411010

Zenith Bank

Email: zenithdirect@zenithbank.com,
Phone call: 234-1-2787000, 0700ZENITHBANK

Conclusion

Always be circumspect to not give out information about your bank or any other sensitive details about your business’s documents when handling calls, email messages and private chats on any of the media channels from strangers and people posturing as potential business partners. Immediately report to your financial institution should you suspect any foul play on your account.

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