PAMO University of Medical Sciences (PUMS) has issued a disclaimer notice warning against admission scams.
The university has noticed fraudulent activity where scammers process fake admissions and request payments from unsuspecting applicants.
PUMS management stresses that all legitimate admission processes are conducted solely through the official university website, http://www.pums.edu.ng. The university dissociates itself from individuals or groups issuing fake admission letters and requests for payment.
Beware of Admission Scammers
The scam revolves around these fraudsters pretending to be university representatives, reaching out to potential students with false admission promises, usually in exchange for money.
They are also known to issue fake admission letters to unsuspecting applicants and demand payments.
PUMS Official Admission Process
The university has emphasized that all legitimate admission procedures into PAMO University of Medical Sciences are exclusively conducted through the university’s official website, http://www.pums.edu.ng.
Therefore, prospective students and parents should be wary of any individual or group claiming to facilitate admissions outside this medium.
Official Standpoint of the University
PAMO University of Medical Sciences is taking a decisive stand against this fraudulent practice.
The management wholly dissociates itself from any individual or group engaged in these illicit activities and urges potential students to avoid such fraudulent entities.
The university also cautions against falling victim to these scams and encourages prospective students to verify all admission-related information from the university’s official platforms.
Any communication or request for payment from any other source should be viewed with suspicion and reported to the university.
In this digital era, it is crucial to stay vigilant against such unscrupulous activities. Prospective students and their guardians must cross-check the authenticity of the information they receive.
PUMS continues to prioritize the safety and well-being of its students and urges everyone to stay informed and vigilant.