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Cyber Crime : US Bans Transfer of Money to Nigeria.

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Over the arrest of Nigerians involvement in $6 million internet fraud in US, contention has kept on trailing cash move from diaspora, most particularly through Western Union and MoneyGram.
During the end of the week, Weetalknaija Daily assembled that controversy kept on trailing remittance from State like Texas with the most number of Nigerian-born populace.
It was affirmed by the USA central government that Nigerians were engaged with criminal operations that prompted the fake exchange of in any event $6 million with a general scheme including a fraudulent transfer of an extra $40 million.
Weetalknaija Daily can report that, both Western Union and MoneyGram are yet to release any official proclamation to that respects.
Talking with our journalist, the president, Association of Bureaux De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON), Alhaji (Dr.) Aminu Gwadabe, said remittance institutions from US have not release official data concerning the boycott, focusing on that both contribute less to add up to remittances coming to Nigeria.
As indicated by him, “Albeit both Western Union and MoneyGram contribute not a greater level of the absolute remittance coming to Nigeria.
“In any case, it isn’t impossible that global cash move administrators may improve their Know your client (KYC) status and methods for recognizable proof of their customers attributable to some ongoing advancements in the US.”
The experts said every one of the 80 suspects is accused of connivance to commit fraud, scheme to launder cash, and exasperated data fraud.

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