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Vodafone users warned of fake post

Vodafone Fiji is calling on its customers to be wary of posts asking for money to be deposited into M-PAiSA accounts following a poster being shared online regarding a competition.

According to the poster, people are being told to transfer $2 into an M-PAiSA account to enter a competition to win mobile phones and money.

In a statement, Vodafone Fiji said the post on facebook soliciting money from M-PAiSA users to be part of the draw is neither approved nor authorised by Vodafone M-PAiSA.

Vodafone has reported the matter to Police as likely a scam for further investigations.

Vodafone is warning users once more not to send money or respond to such social media posts without first checking the authenticity of the promotion.

Ilaitia Ravuwai
Ilaitia Ravuwai
Journalist | news@fijilive.com

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