EFCC Writes To Mastercard, Requests All Cards Transaction


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission according to Punch, have written a letter to Mastercard and Visa to provide them with the past transactions on the credit cards that were found on Nigerian singer; Naira Marley.

The EFCC revealed during the time an 11-count charge was filed against the “Issa Goal” crooner that the cards found on him were used for identity card theft and credit card fraud.

Punch have now reported that the anti-graft agency have written letters to Mastercard and Visa Card to provide it with every detail on the last five transactions that were done with the cards that were found with the singer.

According to the document that was gathered by Punch, the EFCC wrote Mastercard and Visa on Monday, May 13, 2019, three days after the singer was picked up from his residence in Lekki.

The letter which carries the title ‘Investigation Activities’ was signed by the Zonal Head of the agency whose name is Dein Whyte.

“The commission is investigating a case of identity theft and electronic cards-related fraud in which the listed card information were recovered during investigation,” read the letter.

According to the newspaper, the first card with number 4921819410257431 was issued by Lloyds Bank Plc and bears the name Timea Fedorne Tatar.

The second card with number 4539782440624281 was issued by Barclays Bank Plc and bears the name Nicole Louis Maylon, and the third card with number 4757147207869807, issued by Santander UK Plc bears the name Sharon Broad.

Included also in its letter to Mastercard, the EFCC asked the company to produce information about the last five transactions on a Mastercard recovered from Naira Marley.

Punch reports that the card with number 5354631405139323 was issued by Prepay Technologies Ltd and it bears the name Linh. H Mendes Rojas.


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