Below Is Details Of How to Identify Fake N-Power Text Messages & E-mail Addresses.
News Rain Nigeria reports that a text message is been sent out by some unknown persons mostly the Npower Batch C applicants, which is now trending.
It is necessary to let you all know that the particular message is not only being sent to applicants via ‘Text message’ but also as a circular message on social media platforms.
How to Identify Fake N-Power Text Message
The above message which supposes dubious intentions were for the Npower batch C also gets to some of the exited batches A and B Volunteers who might have provided their vital information in a public domain or fake Npower website.
Revealed! See How To Identify Fake N-Power Text Message & E-mail Address
According to reports, the Message required that some prospective Npower applicants should click a link and urgently fill the form to validate their phone number and N-Power ID.
This is not true and is fake! Do not input your Npower information on any fake portal asking you for your Npower or Nexit login details. Except if the message comes from the authentic Npower Nasims portal.
Following the above fraudulent report, some Security Tips on How to identify FAKE N-Power Tex message and E-mail Address have been provided below.
How to Identify Fake N-Power Text Message & E-mail Address
- If you are being directed to input your N-Power information from the text message via a link, and the link did not take you to the Nasims portal but redirects you to a different portal, then you should easily detect that the message isn’t from the right source.
- Npower provided the NASIMS support contact to the general public should in case of issues during the registration process of batch C.
Example of fake N-power Email
Sample of fake N-power email address is:
1) npower2017.helpdesk @gmail.com
2) npower_ng @gmail.com
3) npower-ng @yahoo.com
4) npowerng @hotmail.com etc
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If the link address looks strange, don’t click on it, ignore it.
NpowerNG Email Security Tip 3: Look out for spelling mistakes
NPOWER Nigeria doesn’t have a grammatical spelling error in its email addresses.
What the 419 does is make their spelling similar.
NpowerNG Email Safety Tip 4: Analyze the salutation
Generic salutation is common to phishing email.
Npower already has your details, as such we don’t expected it to address you as “Dear Applicants ” legitimate npower email from it will often use a personal salutation with your first and last name.