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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Lagos 'CEO' Dupes 5 Banks, Others With Fake Bank Alerts And Cheques (photos)


 34 years old fraudster, Tunde Olaogun was arrested by Lagos state police - He was accused of using fake bank alerts and fake cheques to dupe people - Olaogun was arrested after petition from individuals and banks The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) has arrested a 34 years old man called Tunde Olaogun, for his alleged involvement in several fraudulent activities.
Dailynewz.com learnt that Olaogun, popularly called Mr CEO by friends, is a microbiologist, a dismissed civil servant was arrested by officials of Rapid Response Squad. According to a statement by the RSS, Olaogun was arrested after RSS officers acted on phone report by one Kelvin Oyenuga, to RRS Control Room over the supply of 25 units of HP laptop to the Lagos State Ministry of Works, Alausa, through Olaogun Tunde. Olaogun, through connections was linked up with Oyenuga for the supply of 25 laptops amounting to N4, 625,000:00.

In making a N2.5m payment before delivery, Olaogun initiated a fake online transfer from a Keystone Bank to Oyenuga’s GTB account. He immediately showed a fake debit alert on his phone to Oyenuga. On delivery, the same day, he issued another dud cheque of N2.125m. For more than two months, Olaogun employed one trick or the other to buy time for himself while he offered to a Lagos Island computer dealer, the 25 laptops he bought from Oyenuga at N150,000:00 each, a N35,000:00 short of the initial buying price. To settle the Oyenuga case, Olaogun had requested RRS officers follow him to Lagos Island to retrieve the 25 laptops from the buyer.

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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Lagos 'CEO' Dupes 5 Banks, Others With Fake Bank Alerts And Cheques (photos)


 34 years old fraudster, Tunde Olaogun was arrested by Lagos state police - He was accused of using fake bank alerts and fake cheques to dupe people - Olaogun was arrested after petition from individuals and banks The Nigerian Police Force (NPF) has arrested a 34 years old man called Tunde Olaogun, for his alleged involvement in several fraudulent activities.
Dailynewz.com learnt that Olaogun, popularly called Mr CEO by friends, is a microbiologist, a dismissed civil servant was arrested by officials of Rapid Response Squad. According to a statement by the RSS, Olaogun was arrested after RSS officers acted on phone report by one Kelvin Oyenuga, to RRS Control Room over the supply of 25 units of HP laptop to the Lagos State Ministry of Works, Alausa, through Olaogun Tunde. Olaogun, through connections was linked up with Oyenuga for the supply of 25 laptops amounting to N4, 625,000:00.

In making a N2.5m payment before delivery, Olaogun initiated a fake online transfer from a Keystone Bank to Oyenuga’s GTB account. He immediately showed a fake debit alert on his phone to Oyenuga. On delivery, the same day, he issued another dud cheque of N2.125m. For more than two months, Olaogun employed one trick or the other to buy time for himself while he offered to a Lagos Island computer dealer, the 25 laptops he bought from Oyenuga at N150,000:00 each, a N35,000:00 short of the initial buying price. To settle the Oyenuga case, Olaogun had requested RRS officers follow him to Lagos Island to retrieve the 25 laptops from the buyer.

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