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This group loves to scare the crap out of me!! #defect #bullrushrally #impoudment #counterfeitcurrency

Abubakar Umar Jailed Over Currency Counterfeiting

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC secured the conviction and sentences of Abubakar Umar A. K. A Habu Dogo who was sentenced to seven years imprisonment by Justice Bilkisu Bello Aliyu of the Federal High Court, Yola on Six count charge bordering on conspiracy and possession of counterfeit currency. Dogo, 44, was arrested at Sengere check point of Gierei Local Government Area of Adamawa State on 17 August, 2015 with several foreign counterfeit currencies.

#Conspiracy #CounterfeitCurrency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption

Some #scumbag at the #fleamarket passed me #counterfeitcurrency on Saturday or Sunday. Whoever you are, I hope you suffer a long, utterly miserable life....

⚠️ WARNING: Counterfeit US Currency is being passed in our area! This is the third report this week. Visit the link below for help on detecting counterfeit currency! The site is very interactive. https://www.uscurrency.gov/seven-denominations #USSS #CounterfeitCurrency #FBICLEVELAND #FBIYOUNGSTOWN

Maagang seminar plus ubo plus sipon plus sakit ng ulo. Bigti na friend. 😷😷😷💔💔💔 #counterfeitcurrency #sick😷 #RDtom #thankyouLord 💋❤💓🙏 @draniel012

Tempted to buy these stack of #dollars except that I was concerned about being stopped by custom for #counterfeitcurrency. There's just about everything crazy in #izmailovsky market 😱 #moscow #russia

DOUBLE CHECK YOUR $20 BILLS..These #fakes are going around like #wildfire and you can't tell immediately unless you pour water on it or tear it open. They look pretty damn good to the average person that's in a hurry. Take the time to double check your #money 💸💸💸💸 #counterfeit #counterfeitcurrency #funnymoney

Suspects in the video are wanted for spreading counterfeit currency, if you see them call @bpshomrim (718)871-6666 & 911 immediately #wanted #counterfeitcurrency #boropark #bsspshomrim

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Friendly Warning from The GYM MOUSE..........⚠️ WARNING: Counterfeit US Currency is being passed in our area! This is the third report this week. Visit the link below for help on detecting counterfeit currency! The site is very interactive. https://www.uscurrency.gov/seven-denominations #USSS #CounterfeitCurrency #FBICLEVELAND #FBIYOUNGSTOWN

⚠️ WARNING: Counterfeit US Currency is being passed in our area! This is the third report this week. Visit the link below for help on detecting counterfeit currency! The site is very interactive. https://www.uscurrency.gov/seven-denominations #USSS #CounterfeitCurrency #FBICLEVELAND #FBIYOUNGSTOWN

Hey everyone!!! I'm extremely excited about our next installment of "Counterfeit Currency". Don't miss this night of energetic and thought provoking discussions and special guests!!! #counterfeitcurrency #insideoutkc #studentministry #youthministry #evangelchurchkc

Don't miss the start of our new series: Counterfeit Currency!!! This week we ask the question: Islam: Do we really worship the same God?? #youthministry #studentministry #insideoutkc #counterfeitcurrency

@Regrann from @officialefcc - EFCC Smashes Notorious 419 Syndicate, Recovers Fake $570,000

The Kaduna Zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC have arrested members of a notorious syndicate of fraudsters made of four Nigerians and one Nigerien who specialise in duping innocent persons of their hard earned monies. Those arrested are Salisu Rabiu, a.k.a Maimagani; Ibrahim Idris, a.k.a Dankano; Magaji Musa (Nigerien) a.k.a Maishayi; Haruna Abdullahi,a.k.a Balogun and Abubakar Umar ,a.k.a Fulani.

The suspects were arrested in a bush along Sabon Gari, Kurmin Kogi, Ikara Local Government Area of Kaduna state. A search of their hide out which is suspected to be a kidnappers’ den led to the startling discovery of a sum of five hundred and seventy thousand ($570,000) fake US dollars and some charms.
The five man gang met their waterloo when they conspired among themselves to lure an unsuspecting victim into believing that some unclaimed boxes containing huge amount of USD were kept with some herdsmen believed to be accomplices by an unidentified politician. Doubtful of the story, the would-be victim contacted the Commission.

The operatives of the Commission upon receipt of the intelligence swung into action and arrested the gang members in their hideouts.
All the suspects are in custody while investigation continues.
The Commission wishes to use this opportunity to warn members of the public to be wary of any get-rich-quick offer in order not to be a victim of scam. However, those who had fallen victim to the nefarious activities of this syndicate are enjoined to report to the Commission’s office located at No.4 Wurno Road Kaduna State.

#419 #Fraud #CounterfeitCurrency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption #WeFightForYou - #regrann

@officialefcc - EFCC Smashes Notorious 419 Syndicate, Recovers Fake $570,000

The Kaduna Zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC have arrested members of a notorious syndicate of fraudsters made of four Nigerians and one Nigerien who specialise in duping innocent persons of their hard earned monies. Those arrested are Salisu Rabiu, a.k.a Maimagani; Ibrahim Idris, a.k.a Dankano; Magaji Musa (Nigerien) a.k.a Maishayi; Haruna Abdullahi,a.k.a Balogun and Abubakar Umar ,a.k.a Fulani.

The suspects were arrested in a bush along Sabon Gari, Kurmin Kogi, Ikara Local Government Area of Kaduna state. A search of their hide out which is suspected to be a kidnappers’ den led to the startling discovery of a sum of five hundred and seventy thousand ($570,000) fake US dollars and some charms.
The five man gang met their waterloo when they conspired among themselves to lure an unsuspecting victim into believing that some unclaimed boxes containing huge amount of USD were kept with some herdsmen believed to be accomplices by an unidentified politician. Doubtful of the story, the would-be victim contacted the Commission.

The operatives of the Commission upon receipt of the intelligence swung into action and arrested the gang members in their hideouts.
All the suspects are in custody while investigation continues.
The Commission wishes to use this opportunity to warn members of the public to be wary of any get-rich-quick offer in order not to be a victim of scam. However, those who had fallen victim to the nefarious activities of this syndicate are enjoined to report to the Commission’s office located at No.4 Wurno Road Kaduna State.

#419 #Fraud #CounterfeitCurrency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption #WeFightForYou

EFCC Smashes Notorious 419 Syndicate, Recovers Fake $570,000

The Kaduna Zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC have arrested members of a notorious syndicate of fraudsters made of four Nigerians and one Nigerien who specialise in duping innocent persons of their hard earned monies. Those arrested are Salisu Rabiu, a.k.a Maimagani; Ibrahim Idris, a.k.a Dankano; Magaji Musa (Nigerien) a.k.a Maishayi; Haruna Abdullahi,a.k.a Balogun and Abubakar Umar ,a.k.a Fulani.

The suspects were arrested in a bush along Sabon Gari, Kurmin Kogi, Ikara Local Government Area of Kaduna state. A search of their hide out which is suspected to be a kidnappers’ den led to the startling discovery of a sum of five hundred and seventy thousand ($570,000) fake US dollars and some charms.
The five man gang met their waterloo when they conspired among themselves to lure an unsuspecting victim into believing that some unclaimed boxes containing huge amount of USD were kept with some herdsmen believed to be accomplices by an unidentified politician. Doubtful of the story, the would-be victim contacted the Commission.

The operatives of the Commission upon receipt of the intelligence swung into action and arrested the gang members in their hideouts.
All the suspects are in custody while investigation continues.
The Commission wishes to use this opportunity to warn members of the public to be wary of any get-rich-quick offer in order not to be a victim of scam. However, those who had fallen victim to the nefarious activities of this syndicate are enjoined to report to the Commission’s office located at No.4 Wurno Road Kaduna State.

#419 #Fraud #CounterfeitCurrency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption #WeFightForYou

Abubakar Umar Jailed Over Currency Counterfeiting

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC secured the conviction and sentences of Abubakar Umar A. K. A Habu Dogo who was sentenced to seven years imprisonment by Justice Bilkisu Bello Aliyu of the Federal High Court, Yola on Six count charge bordering on conspiracy and possession of counterfeit currency. Dogo, 44, was arrested at Sengere check point of Gierei Local Government Area of Adamawa State on 17 August, 2015 with several foreign counterfeit currencies.

#Conspiracy #CounterfeitCurrency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption

Beat counterfeit with an Accubanker counterfeit detector from RBS.#RBS, #counterfeitcurrency

The area having an "excessive amount of counterfeit bills circulating" is a downtown Toronto fast food restaurant. Nuff said. Affectionately known as a Benjamin or Benji in the US (and on bad TV everywhere) and known everywhere as a C-note, hundo, bill, C-spot, hunge, yard, century note, onion or hunny. For the record, American founding father, inventor and diplomat, Benjamin Franklin, was first placed on a US $100 bill in 1914 while First World War Canadian Prime Minister, Sir Robert Borden, wasn't placed on the Canadian $100 bill until 1976. While US "Benjamins" will likely be with us for a long, long time (even if you can't find somewhere to spend them), Canadian "Roberts" will not. As part of a banknote redesign starting in 2018, Borden will be replaced on the Canadian $100 bill by either our first PM, Sir John A. Macdonald (Johns?) or our first francophone PM, Sir Wilfrid Laurier (Wilfrids?). However, no matter what we call the $100 banknote, it's clear they're getting harder to use anywhere except at a bank.

#100dollars #100dollar #100dollarbills #100dollarbill #banknotes #cashless #cashlesssociety #counterfeit #counterfeitmoney #counterfeitcash #counterfeitcurrency #counterfeitbills #retail #retailproblems #retailprobs #history #canadianhistory #canada150 #the6ix #toronto #canada

4 Bags Five Years Jail Term for Fake Currency Possession

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on March 9, 2017 secured the conviction of four counterfeit currency dealers before Justice Simon Amobeda of the Federal High Court Kebbi on a four count charge of conspiracy and possession of counterfeit currency.

The convicts, Usman Ahmed, Isiyaku Mohammed, Mohammed Abubakar Badadi and Rilwanu Abdullahi were arrested by officers of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps at Birnin Kebbi while in possession of a sum of N583,000 (Five Hundred and Eighty Three Thousand Naira Only) in fake one thousand Naira notes. The case was eventually transferred to the commission for further investigation.

After listening to the charge, all the accused persons pleaded guilty to the four count charge.

In view of the plea of the accused persons, prosecution counsel, N.K Ukoha urged the court to convict them accordingly. In his ruling, Justice Amobeda sentenced the convicts to five years imprisonment on each of the four count charge. The sentence is to run concurrently and also to begin from the day of their arrest.

Read more: www.efccnigeria.org
#Conspiracy #CounterfeitCurrency #Counterfeit #Currency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption

Currency Counterfeiting: Court Orders Accused to Face Trial

Justice Bilkisu Bello Aliyu of the Federal High Court, Yola, Adamawa State has dismissed the claimed made by one Salisu Adamu in a trial within trial that he was tortured by EFCC operatives during investigation; therefore, he is not the maker of his statement.

The accuse was arrested at Jambutu area, Jimeta Yola, Adamawa State in possession of 361 pieces of 100 USD fake notes and 91 pieces of 1000 fake naira notes.

The accused along two others were arraigned before the Federal High Court, Yola on April 21, 2015 on a three count charge bordering on conspiracy and possession of counterfeit currency.

When the trial commenced, the prosecution counsel A. Y. Muntaka called his witnesses and when he sought the leave of the court to present the statement of the accused as exhibit, the defense counsel vehemently objected on the ground that the accused is not the maker of the statement.

The development necessitated the court to enter trial within trial in order to ascertain the maker of the statement in question.

In her ruling, Justice Bilkisu admitted the statement in question as exhibit, as according to her the accused person made two statements: one that he did not make it and the other that he made it under duress. She said the trial within trial therefore is useless.

The Judge therefore directed the substantive case to be continued.

#Conspiracy #Forgery #CounterfeitCurrency #Crime #EFCC #FightingCorruption

40 second wind down for Tuesday, January 3, Northern Alberta headlines. #40secondwinddown #peacecountry #headlines #quicknews #counterfeitcurrency #grandeprairie #antiabortion #icebridge

40 second wind down for Wednesday, December 28, Northern Alberta headlines. #peacecountry #peaceriver #40secondwinddown #rcmp #cougar #punch #whitecourt #valleyview #hitandrun #counterfeitcurrency

DOUBLE CHECK YOUR $20 BILLS..These #fakes are going around like #wildfire and you can't tell immediately unless you pour water on it or tear it open. They look pretty damn good to the average person that's in a hurry. Take the time to double check your #money 💸💸💸💸 #counterfeit #counterfeitcurrency #funnymoney

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