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Denmark/NTG Global Fraud/Scam. #NTGglobalScam

7 Jun

This is to give you a synopsis of scammers and fraudsters’ operation using Europian companies to run their scam.NTG Global scam

I was first contacted by a lady who said her manager wanted to talk to me regarding the employment opportunity as a marketing manager because they saw my resume online. A man who claimed to be Martin Olsen later contacted me and did an interview which he later said I got the job. According to him, they are based in Denmark and wanted to open an office in Houston Texas, which is my area. He gave me an appointment letter and said I will be working from home until they have an office here. He continued to give me an assignment based on a market survey and Bitcoins. Last Thursday I received an email with an online check of $1850 which he instructed me to print and deposit it into my bank account via online. On Friday, he asked me to check and withdraw the money if it was available. I told him it wasn’t yet available. This morning, I tried to log in to my online banking but was told I cannot access it. I called the bank and I was informed that my account has been closed because of suspicious activities. The name of the said company is NTG Global and the email that has been used is job@ntgglobal.group. I later tried to find the domain name http://www.ntgglobal.group but could not find it. Our communication thrived much in email, phone calls, and Skype. The phone number used is +45 78 78 58 07. It is a Denmark number. The address on the appointment paper is Hammerholmen 47-49, Hvidovre, Denmark.

As they were using audio in Skype, I requested to communicate with them using video on Skype, but they refused. So my suspicion heightened.

Other communication:

Hello …

How are you doing? This is Martin Olsen from NTG Global A/S – a Danish logistics company currently expanding to and exploring the US market. You received this email because you sent us your resume on Indeed.com earlier and as of right now you are in our candidate database for possible openings. With that said, our company is currently looking to hire a number of candidates who can help us strengthen our business and build successful relationship with our US/Canada customers. The position available at this time is Customer Service Manager. It is an online, highly flexible (in terms of work hours) employment opportunity with a perspective of joining one of our US/Canada-based offices in the long run. Mentioned position might require minimum local travel. Besides that you would be able to work for us from any location convenient to you as long as you have a computer and Internet access. Please check out details following the link below: ntgglobal.com/joboffer If you find the offer interesting, in line with your experience and wish to discuss it further, please fill out our online Application Form here: ntgglobal.com/application or here https://forms.amocrm.com/dcdmcc When this is done, we’ll get back to you shortly by phone to speak with you and interview you. Please kindly send me a message after submitting your Application to make sure it has been well received. Else, if you are not interested, do let us know immediately and we`ll take you off our database and stop bothering you then.

Have a great day! — Martin Olsen, Supervising Manager, NTG Global A/S +4578745807

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Thank you for submitting your application. We are going to review it and will get back to you soon. Have a great day! — Martin Olsen Supervising Manager NTG Global A/S +4578745807

How are you doing?

We are happy to inform you that we have reviewed your application and intend to interview you for a customer Service Manager role soon today. This said, please expect a phone call to speak with either me or one of my Assistants from phone number +4578745807 (Important Note: We have been informed that our phone number could occasionally be displayed as +14578745807 with some operators due to certain technical restrictions when displaying incoming international phone calls; This said, if you miss our phone call and would like to call us back, please always dial our number starting with Denmark’s international phone code +45 only (our correct phone number to use is +4578745807 and not +14578745807) as otherwise your phone call will not go through). Meanwhile, please complete our standard Questionnaire Form so that we long you and your aspirations better. To this end, please follow the below link to download the form, fill it out and return at your earliest convenience: https://1drv.ms/w/s!Am0AQbXtja0DgkcWW9JQEqXtNjX0 I have been appointed to be your coach for the first 30 days of your trial period in our company.

You may ask for my assistance at every step of the way to get through the training during your onboarding period. I’ll do my best to introduce you properly to the work process, so you`ll eventually become an expert in dealing with your professional duties! Thank you for taking an interest in joining us! Martin Olsen Supervising Manager NTG Global +4578745807

Hello …,

How are you doing? Thank you for taking the time to be interviewed yesterday. You are definitely a good fit for Customer Service Manager position with us. Now, let us proceed to a simple research test which is meant for us to get first impression of your skills and performance in practice. To this end, you are welcome to review and download mentioned research assignment following the below link: https://1drv.ms/w/s!Am0AQbXtja0Dggq1BSqCoYWyZWC9 It is expected that you put in best of your effort and send your research back within next 48 hours, if possible. It should be noted that if you complete this assignment in a proper and timely manner we’ll pay you a bonus of $150 (to be added to your first base pay). Consider this to be a beginning of your probation period as well as the first step on our way to training you for Customer Service Manager with us.

Please confirm you got this and drop me a line if you have any questions. Martin Olsen Supervising Manager NTG Global +4578745807

Hello …,

How are you doing? Thank you for taking the time to be interviewed yesterday. You are definitely a good fit for Customer Service Manager position with us. Now, let us proceed to a simple research test which is meant for us to get first impression of your skills and performance in practice. To this end, you are welcome to review and download mentioned research assignment following the below link: https://1drv.ms/w/s!Am0AQbXtja0Dggq1BSqCoYWyZWC9 It is expected that you put in best of your effort and send your research back within next 48 hours, if possible. It should be noted that if you complete this assignment in a proper and timely manner we’ll pay you a bonus of $150 (to be added to your first base pay). Consider this to be a beginning of your probation period as well as the first step on our way to training you for Customer Service Manager with us. Please confirm you got this and drop me a line if you have any questions. Martin Olsen Supervising Manager NTG Global +4578745807

NB: Anytime a company or an individual gives you a check, be it online check or via mail to cash into your account then withdraw and pay into a particular account, know that it is a fraud, a scam.

Not also that this group operate using different company names and platform.

 

 

 

 

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Akpabio, Akwa Ibom Lawmakers may go to jail over Certificate Scam – MR MONDAY UKO- THE REAL FACTS

19 Oct

By Ofonime Enoh

ImageThe recent appearance of certain publications online about the so called “certificate forgery scam” has left some of us who were colleagues with the person in question alarmed at the extent to which mischievous people could go to discredit an individual all in the name of politics.
For the avoidance of doubt, the following undisputable facts are hereby stated;
1. That Mr Monday Uko is a bonafide member of the University of Uyo faculty of Law Class of 2005.
2. That Mr Monday Uko alongside several members of this class bore the same registration number starting with 99/UG/…… except those who joined as direct entry students in our second year that have a different registration number.
3. That at no material time during the period we spent in University of Uyo was Mr Monday Uko ever expelled or involved in any certificate scandal.
4. That we shared the same classes and experience with Mr Monday Uko from 1999 when we firat had the first Legal Methods classes till the last lecture in 2005 and we all wrote our final papers between 1st and 5th August 2005, a month earlier than the rest of the University because of the law school opening date.
5. That the then Dean of Law, Prof Enefiok Essien obtained an approval from the University’s Senate to conduct our final exams earlier than stipulated.
6. That most of our colleagues where issued statements of results within a month to proceed to the Nigerian Law School alongside those in the class of 2004.
7. That this move was made to complete the University of Uyo law school quota which was largely under-utilized in preceding years and it was a one stop move to ensure that the University of Uyo quota be maintained instead of reduced as was threatened by the Nigerian Law School.
8. That our LLB certificates to those who had cleared all outstanding results was signed in 2005 and those who wanted to proceed to law school did so immediately.
9. That Mr Monday Uko chose not to go to Law School because of his political engagement at that time to the people of Obot Akara Local Governemt Area and his desire to go ahead and build his business, Monty Suites Ltd.
10. That Mr Monday Uko has remained an active member of the University of Uyo Class of 2005 alumni since we left University of Uyo.
This is a call to those peddling this rumors that Mr Monday Uko had colleagues and witnesses who can testify to his studentship at the University of Uyo. He was not only a student but also an active member of the Law Students Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN) which he played a vital role from the period he joined the University till the day he wrote his last exams. He is also reputed to have used his position as an outstanding member of society to attract a lot of goodwill to the association and individual students.

Signed;
Ofonime Enoh Esq. LLB(Hons); B.L; LLM(Oil &Gas, Scotland)
President Emeritus (Law Students Association of Nigeria, University of Uyo 2004-2005)

Akpabio, Akwa Ibom Lawmakers may go to jail over Certificate Scam …as Exco Nominee forges LLB Certificate, Lies Under Oath

13 Oct
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This is not the best of times for the Akwa Ibom State Governor, Chief Godswill Akpabio as he faces allegations of certificate scam and forgery rocking one of his nominees into the State executive council, Mr Monday Ebong Uko, who is neck deep enmeshed in a cobweb of certificate forgery.
 
All things being equal, Chief Akpabio may be strolling into the doldrums of jail for allegedly conniving, aiding and abetting certificate forgery and perjury in contravention of the provisions of the Nation’s constitution.
 
According to an inside source in the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly, Monday Uko’s credentials were heavily marred with sundry irregularities such as a forged LLB degree certificate and inability to provide a National Youth Service Corps(NYSC) exemption/ discharge certificate as stipulated in the Nation’s constitution for prospective public office holders and employees.
 
A lawmaker who spoke with us in confidence said the entire assemblymen were dismayed when Monday Ebong Uko brought documents that were flawed by discrepancies, but had to clear him because of intense pressure from the State Governor, Chief Godswill Akpabio.
 
A closer look at the LLB Certificate(vide attached certificates) purportedly issued by the University of Uyo and dated 20th  of September 2005 showed   discrepancies in the signatures of the Vice Chancellor Prof. Akaneren Essien and that of the Registrar, Mr Peter Effiong. Whereas Mr Uko accused Peter Effiong of issuing him a certificate, the forged signature on his certificate was that of Mr John Udo who succeeded Peter Effiong.
Investigations revealed that while Prof. A. I. Essien assumed office in December 2005, and could possibly not have signed a certificate that predates his tenure.
 
Also conspicuously missing on Monday Uko’s LLB Certificate are both the security hologram and watermark of the University of Uyo which could easily be seen on the certificates of other graduates of the University.
 
To compound the woes of the embattled nominee, it was discovered that Monday Uko held sway in succession as the full time Vice Chairman, Caretaker Chairman and Executive Chairman of Obot Akara between 1999 and 2007, which contradicts his claim that he was a full time law undergraduate between 2000 and 2005.  
 
But Monday Uko’s deceitful claims have been punctured by an official of the Academic Affairs Department of University of Uyo who in camera, told us that a student admitted into the Faculty of Law in 1999/2000 academic year, could not possibly have gotten his LLB Certificate in 2005, which is a year earlier than his colleagues.
 
This position was confirmed by available records in the University that a certain Uko, Monday Ebong with registration number 99/UG/22413 was among students dismissed from the institution in the 2002 reforms exercise by Prof A. H. Ekpo against certificate racketeering in 2002.
Furthermore, in an affidavit, Monday Uko admitted on oath that he had no NYSC Exemption or Discharge Certificate and transferred the blame on the former Registrar P. J. Effiong.
 
The affidavit which is dated 10th October 2013 and deposed in the Federal High Court of Nigeria, Uyo Division, the same day he appeared for screening at the House of Assembly reads in part:
 
 
 
“ upon issuance of the Law Degree Certificate to me on 20th September 2005, the then Registrar of the University, Mr P. J. Effiong informed me in his office in the University campus and I verily believed him as follows:
 
I.                        That the University Senate had forwarded my name amongst others who were above thirty (30) years upon graduation to the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) Headquarters in Abuja for issuance of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) Exemption Certificate…”
 
However some officials of the National Youth Service Corps who spoke under condition of anonymity to our reporter, faulted the claims of Mr Uko. While confirming that there was no record of any Monday Ebong Uko on the data bank of the NYSC, the source queried that it was absurd for a graduate who has not gotten his certificate after eight years to smile to the court for an affidavit rather than seeking the said certificate from the NYSC
 
A lawyer who commented on this development, Barr Udofia Eyo revealed that it was a criminal offence punishable by 12 Months imprisonment or a fine of N2000, or both fine and imprisonment for anyone who refuses to make himself available for service in the service corps continuously for one year.
 
Barr Eyo, while referring to Section 12(1)(a) and (b) as well as Section 13(1) (b) of the NYSC Decree (1993) as enshrined in Section 315 of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria (as amended), said both the culprit and anyone who aids in the illegal act deserve to go to jail.
 
“Under this development, the State Governor and the entire members of the State House of Assembly, pursuant to Section 13(5) are guilty for failing to comply with or contravening or cause or aid or abet the nominee to contravene the provision of the act”, Barr Eyo asserted.
 
He posited further that “ where an offence has been committed by a body corporate is proved to have been committed by a body corporate is proved to have been committed with the consent or connivance of, or to be attributable to any neglect on the part of, any director, manager, secretary or other official of the body corporate, or any person purporting to such act in such capacity, he as well as the body corporate shall be deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to be prosecuted against and punished accordingly.”  
 
In his opinion, a social crusader in Uyo Chief Effiong Udosen noted that it was unfortunate that Governor Akpabio often yielded to the temptation of sticking to mediocres and dropouts at the expense of actual professionals that abound in the state, saying it was a direct indictment of his free and compulsory education programme.
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
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