Sunday, 2 September 2012

"Yahoo Boys Now Use My Name To Commit Fraud On Facebook" - Pastor E.A. Adeboye

"Yahoo Boys Now Use My Name To Commit Fraud On Facebook" - Pastor E.A. Adeboye 

It is no longer news that fraudulent activities in Nigeria have taken new shapes. Fraudsters now use every means to carry out their activities. One of the new forms is the use of facebook, a social media network site to defraud people.

Recently, the well respected Pastor and General Oversea of The Redeemed Christian Church Pastor E.A. Adeboye warns and advise people to be careful of their responds to message posted on facebook in his name.

“Please be very careful what you easily fall for. There are some persons going around creating false Facebo9ok pages or names, claiming they are Pastor E. A. Adeboye."
Pastor Adeboye says these fraudsters demand innocent members of the public to pay certain amount of money to a bank account.

Adeboye urged everyone to verify the authenticity of messages credited to him before responding to such instructions.
Daddy GO, as he's fondly called, said "They search for people on facebook, add them and then pretend to be me, telling them to send some money into an account and because they know you will obey me, they are using this as a new form of fraud.”

"Please stop them and report those pages to Facebook so they can be stopped.” Says Pastor Adeboye
Adeboye says “a member of the church had reported to me on how he had been ordered by an impersonator to pay certain sums of money into a bank account for a trip to India.”
If you are one of those using the image of this man of God to defraud people, we advise you to stop before the judgment of God comes on you. We also advise you our readers to beware and verify instructions you respond to on social media network sites.


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