Fraudulent Activities To Look Out For As A NSFAS Beneficiary

To avoid being a victim of scams and other devious conducts, here are some tips from NSFAS.

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By Gaby Ndongo

The past months have witnessed several fraudulent activities conducted via SMS that ask for personal details of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme’s (NSFAS) beneficiaries.

To avoid being a victim of scams and other devious conducts, here are some tips from NSFAS.

Fraudulent Activities At NSFAS Students
Image obtained from NSFAS official Facebook account

Reporting by Gaby Ndongo

Feature image: NSFAS logo.

Image courtesy to Gaby Ndongo.

EARLIER COVERAGE:

NSFAS Approves Additional Social Grant Beneficiaries For 2019

NSFAS Awaits Appeals Of Rejected Applications

NSFAS Stops Communicating To Students ‘Directly’ Via SMS Due To Scams

Other Sources Of Funding Apart From NSFAS

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