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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

EFCC Tells Banks To Investigate Their Customers' Source Of Income

 




18 comments:

  1. If I hear, they wouldn't want to loose customers na

    Abi if I carry big money go deposit and na question upon question I meet, na to carry my money go bury for ground

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  2. Have they finished investigating their own staff.
    Btw, so someone cannot win a contract and recieve a huge sum of money within me week of opening account?

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    1. In that case the source of the money will be known.
      If our economy was fully Cashless, as was planned, it would be possible to know and query people holding large amounts of cash. For example it will deal a great blow to all these kidnappers and other bandits. But instead of our politicians to insist on this being done (something that would also stop their and other people’s corrupt enrichment), they are wanting to transmit election results electronically, as if that should be our priority!

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  3. So they should supply banks with enough police/efcc investigators to help them.
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    1. EFCC and Banks should team up not just Banks alone.

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  4. Rubbish..


    Lovelace

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  5. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  6. This is in a way illegal. Banks cannot investigate their customers, it will be a breach of trust. However, they can co-operate with a lawful investigation involving their customers.

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  7. It is not their job...opening account is not a fraudulent transaction.

    Clowns...πŸ™„

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  8. Banks are supposed to work with law enforcement but these efcons just want egunje. What happened to the Diezani N14b jewelry and all the returned loot? Ole

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  9. Only fraudulent people would hve a problem with this.

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  10. This is a welcome development.

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