9mobile raises scam alert on recruitment scheme

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The management of 9mobile formerly know as Etisalat Nigeria (Emerging Markets Telecommunication Service) has raised a fraud alert on the recent recruitment scheme making the rounds.

In an official statement available to PageOne, the company said it is currently not recruiting with a disclaimer tiled “9mobile currently not involved in any recruitment scheme.”

Below is the statement from 9mobile

Disclaimer: 9mobile Currently Not Involved In Any Recruitment Scheme

The attention of the management of Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Limited (trading as “9mobile”), has been drawn to a message circulating on social media, particularly WhatsApp, claiming that 9mobile is purportedly recruiting through a scheme called Graduate Contract Staff.

We wish to notify members of the public that the said message is a scam as it did not originate from 9mobile. The company has not authorized anyone to act on its behalf in that regard at this time.

We urge the public to ignore the message being circulated as 9mobile publicizes its recruitment exercises via its website, verified social media accounts and public media platforms.

Below is also a copy of the recruitment message being broadcast on blogs and social platforms.

NEW ETISALAT NIGERIA COMPANY KNOWN AS 9 MOBILE IS RECURITING FOR A SCHEME CALLED GRADUATE CONTRACT STAFF* *(GCS)*

ITS 80K AND ABOVE MONTHLY ONLY FOR A PERIOD OF 2 YEARS AFTER WHICH THE PERSON MIGHT BE CONVERTED TO A CORE STAFF BASED ON HIS/HER PERFORMANCE

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CANDIDATE MUST NOT B ABOVE 28 YEARS*

POSTS NEEDED
*BRANCH MANAGERS*
*COSTUMER CARE* *REPRESENTATIVES*
*COMPUTER OPERATORS*
*TECHNICAL STAFFS*

IF YOU HAVE ANYONE WHO FITS THE CRITERIA, LET THEM SEND THEIR CV TO THE EMAIL BELOW
liveopsjobrecruitment@gmail.com

All Applications must be submitted not later than 2 weeks from the date of this Publication

Owing to the rate of unemployment in the country, it is however certain that many Nigerian youths must have attempted sending their resumes to the said email address and are at the danger of being scammed by the organisers of the ploy.

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