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No new recruitments, website is fake – SEC

SEC says it is not recruiting and anyone applying for jobs at several websites and blogs purportedly associated to the Commission does so at own risks because criminals are using the platforms to harvest personal data

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IT News Nigeria:

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has warned that anyone whos applies for job at in several websites and blogs purportedly associated to the Agency does so at own risks because it is not conducting any recruitment exercise as being circulated.

This is according to a released weekend, adding that the attention of SEC has been drawn to several websites and blogs purportedly affiliated to the Commission which are said to be advertising on-going ‘recruitment exercise’ by the Commission.

“The Commission wishes to inform the general public that the referenced websites and blogs are fake and that no such recruitment exercise is being carried out. For the avoidance of doubt, the Commission has not advertised any vacancies and is not currently recruiting”.

The SEC therefore strongly advised the general public to disregard the said websites and blogs and the messages being disseminated therein.

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