The Bank of Ghana has finally made clearance on the ongoing world Remit scam in the country. The world remit is used by fraudsters in the country to fake doubling of money. According to the bank of Ghana, any money doubling institution in the country is fake and illegal.
According to the Bank of Ghana, this fake scheme encourages customers to select preferred packages following which a code is generated by the fraudsters with which they obtain the WhatsApp accounts of their victims for spurious purposes.
The bank of Ghana wants to caution the general public against the patronage of this offer from World Remit and other similar offers. The Bank of Ghana wants to also make it clear to the public that, it has not licensed any institution in the country to engage in money doubling.
Anyone who deal with these scammers or deal with any world Remit business does it at his own risk.
This comes after some television stations in the country show various contents of money doubling. People often get scammed by these persons. What they do is, they take cash from persons with the hope of using world remit to double the money for them. In the end, the scammers run away with their monies.
The Governor of the Bank of Ghana has since made it clear to the public that, any advert you see about World Remit in relation to money doubling is fake and should be discarded. Also any issue should be reported to the Bank of Ghana.
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