Scammer Who Claims To Offer Aspiring Students Admission In To ESUT Busted

Knowledge is power and everyone out there is doing their best to acquire one.

Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT has commenced her 2019 post UTME exercise.

As thousands of aspirants seeking admission in ESUT are anxious and hoping to get accepted in the university, there is the need for them to also be guided and mindful of admission scammers out there who claim to offer provisional admission to students who are willing to pay.

Before and during the Jamb exercise, a lot of groups are created on social media where aspirants come together to get desired information as regarding the school they applied.

In these groups, you get to meet different persons, some who claim to know top people and also who claim to be part of the school authorities.

An aspirant of ESUT, who almost got scammed by one of these admission scammers shares her experience.

According to her, I asked my friend to add me in one of the ESUT group chat, she shared my number in the group chat, asking the admin to add me up.

The scammer (who is not even the admin) immediately chatted me up in private telling me he has my details and that he can offer me provisional admission into ESUT.

How I and my friends noticed that this young man is a scam was when we tried to trace his number and contact information.

On WhatsApp, his display name is Uzi, but the name introduced himself to me as was Maxwell Chikeleze.

Meanwhile, Truecaller identified his number as Enerie Obiakor

When I further tried to question his authenticity, he instantly blocked me.

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