Don’t respond to MTN mobile money messages from scammers – MTN warns customers

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The Senior Manager, Sales Operations, Trade and Marketing for MTN, Nii Adotey Mingle, has advised the general public to be cautious of mobile money scammers.

He assured that his outfit was doing everything possible to get hold of the scammers but said "the power of who should know your MTN mobile money pin code resides in the bosom of the public". He  therefore cautioned  MTN  subscribers  not to respond to anonymous messages.

He gave the advice during a presentation to the paramount chief of Ngleshie Amanfrom Traditional Council Oblimpong Nii Kojo Ababio (v) at his residence in Mamprobi.

The donation, which involved a GHC 5000 cash, GHC500 worth of credit cards and a hamper, was aimed at supporting this year’s Homowo  festival.

Nii Adotey Mingle  said  MTN has over the years committed to supporting and promoting the rich Ghanaian heritage through festivals and that the company  has committed their resources to support selected traditional festivals each year across the country.

He stated that the  Ngleshie Alata people were  part of the early settlers of Accra and that, their history forms an integral part of the rich culture of Ghana which MTN has devoted to projecting over the last ten years.

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