NYIF Loan: New Nigeria Youth Investment Fund Link, what you need to know | nyif-nmfb.com.ng

A new weblink nyif-nmfb.com.ng purporting as the website for the Nigeria Youth Investment Fund Loan Scheme has been in circulation through Social Media Channels.

Many Applicants of the NYIF Loan have recieved a text message stating that their NYIF Loan Applications have been approved by the Nirsal Microfinance Bank. Therefore, they should Accept or Decline the Loan Approval through the link nyif-nmfb.com.ng.

The most awful thing about the Weblink is the purpose of it's design. That's why it has become very important to alert the General public and the applicants of the Nigeria Youth Investment Fund Loan to beware of this website.

The Weblink nyif-nmfb.com.ng as a cloned website has many similar features and design with the Nirsal Microfinance Bank Website nmfb.com.ng, and it will be very hard, if not informed, to differentiate it with the NFMB main Website. That's why it poses a great threat to the applicants of the NYIF Loan Scheme.

According to the WHOIS Information for nyif-nmfb.com.ng, it was registered by Nurudeen Musa, under the organisation DELIGHT AL NUR COMPUTER ENTERPRISES located at No 22 Amazing Grace Hospital Lane Allor Ankpa, Ankpa, Kogi State, with the email address: musanurudeen860@gmail.com. This WHOIS Information can be seen here https://www.whois.com/whois/nyif-nmfb.com.ng.

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Meanwhile, nmfb.com.ng and the real NYIF Loan Website nmfb.com.ng/nyif were both registered by the Nirsal Microfinance Bank located at Plot 102/103 Monrovia Street, Wuse 2, Abuja. This WHOIS Information can been seen here https://www.whois.com/whois/nmfb.com.ng.

Again, the Menu Widget of nyif-nmfb.com.ng is faulty unlike the Nirsal Microfinance Bank Website nmfb.com.ng in which its Menu Button displays Product and Services of the Bank.

In the NMFB Website, under "Products" in the Menu is a drop-down menu showing the Loan Schemes offered by the Bank, including the Nigeria Youth Investment Fund, which can be accessed by clicking on the Loan Scheme.

The Website nyif-nmfb.com.ng requests for Payment of a Loan disbursement fee, which should be paid through a Wema Bank Account, from the applicants of the Nigeria Youth Investment Fund Loan Scheme. The major intent of the Website is to defraud the NYIF Loan Applicants as many as possible.

The Nirsal Microfinance Bank, through its official Facebook Handle on Thursday, described nyif-nmfb.com.ng as a Scam, reaffirming that it does not request for a fee for the disbursement of the NYIF Loan or other CBN Intervention Loans to its beneficiaries.  

Please note this site nyif-nmfb.com.ng is not from us. it's a Scam. Please BEWARE!!!

Posted by Nirsal Microfinance Bank on Thursday, November 3, 2022

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