JAMB 2017: Candidates Warned Against Purchasing Fake UTME Forms

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Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB 2017: Candidates Warned Against Purchasing Fake UTME Forms. 

JAMB 2017: Candidates Warned Against Purchasing Fake UTME Forms.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has warned prospective candidates against purchasing fake UTME application forms or falling victim to fraudsters as the sales of the 2017 UTME form has not commenced.

This was coming from JAMB’s Head of Media and Publicity, Dr Fabian Benjamin on Monday.

According to him, “the examination body is yet to begin the sales of the 2017 UTME form.” Prospective candidates Benjamin who appealed for patience from the public, explained that JAMB was putting finishing touches to the arrangements for a hitch free outing, adding, “the board would adequately sensitise the public before the sale begins.” His words: “We do not want a repeat of what had been happening before and during registration this year.

He called on candidates to always visit the Board’s official website for credible information.

Meanwhile it was learnt that some cyber cafes and tutorial centres have already started selling fake forms to candidates and many candidates have already fallen victims to this fraud.

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Emmanuel Worthwhile

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