Our attention has been drawn to a fraudulent message circulating online about NPower shortlist 2020. This is to inform you that the trending link is fake and not the official Npower link for Batch ‘C’ recruitment.
The trending fake Npower link is very similar to the official N-power website where you will be requested to input your registered email, phone number, and a ‘Verify’ button to check your name.
After clicking on the verify button, a response saying, ‘sorry you are not on the list’ will pop up, and a link is provided for you to chat with a purported N-power official.
Kindly note that this web link “https://npower-fmhds-gov-ng.web.app” is fake. Also, beware of their fraudulent email address firstname.lastname@example.org which they asked you to contact for complaints.
If you closely look at the link, you can easily detect that it contains three (3) hyphens instead of dots throughout. The hyphens are to deceive their victims.
The official Npower link is https://npower.fmhds.gov.ng but as you can see, it is impossible for non government organization to use .gov.ng as it is a government domain extension hence the scammers used hyphens -gov-ng to deceive their victims.
Please, the link is fraudulent put out by scammers. When you start a chat, you’d be required to pay some amount of money with the promise of getting you shortlisted. Please don’t fall for this cheap scam.
Ignore the information about Npower shortlist circulating online to defraud people.
When the Npower genuine shortlisted names are out, you’d get a notification on your registered email address or phone number, and the news will be published on nyscinfo.com and on the N-power official handle.
Always visit nyscinfo.com for genuine information about Npower.
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