It has been brought to the attention of the management of NOUN that there are some fraudulent websites claiming to be representative of the school and using that scheme to defraud students and general public for access to NOUN resources online.
Many students have reported some website, people or organizations who claim they can help them pay their school fees and using that means to defraud them of their money.
The school management has advices students that they should not allow anyone to help them create Remitta RRR Code, students are to make Payment only with RRR code generated from their personal portal only.
Another method they use is to promise students correct answers to TMA Questions which they can only get after they pay some certain amount of money. The school management has advised student to study the material provided for each course and answer their TMA by their selves since all questions are taken from the contents of the study material.
Students and general public are hereby informed that NOUN resources are open and free for all bonafide students and can be accessed via the school website nouedu.net. Also, students’ application and registration activities can be carried out on the site by visiting nouonline.net.
Currently, nouedu.net and nouonline.net are the only two approved and reorganized website of the school. So, any other website claiming to be the representative of noun or its staff is fraudulent and should not be given attention.
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