Baringo instructors have actually been cautioned versus cybercafe fraudsters who find their documents, copy and utilize them to take loans.Musa Chebor
, President of Boresha Cost Savings and Credit Cooperative Society, reported that lots of teachers go to his office ‘weeping’.
“They keep reporting to us that dishonest individuals access their accounts and borrow loans without their awareness,” he said.He spoke
on Saturday throughout a conference with more than 800 teachers who participated in the sacco’s academic conference in Marigat town, Baringo South Sub-County.
” When you complete downloading and printing your files in cybercafes, order the computer system attendants to erase all of them so they are not copied by criminals.Two believed scammers were jailed in Uasin Gishu County in August 2016 while aiming to take money from sacco members ‘accounts.” Through tip-offs from the members of public, cops detained the suspects -Maru Kerring and Zena Jeruto from Turbo and Ziwa respectively,” stated Chebor.He. stated the two were attempting to utilize members’ information, consisting of those on their IDs and payslips, to obtain loans from the sacco’s Eldoret branch. googletag.cmd.push( function( )thestar_inline_ad –>
approximately discourage the scammers , he stated, adding its plaza will be constructed at
the Marigat town plot so members from Baringo South get much better services.The CEO likewise stated a shopping mall will be set up on a two-acre plot in Kabarnet town. "We have all the documents for the plots and are conducting an expediency study to engage members prior to beginning building works." In participation was Joshua Cheptarus, who is the Kenya National Union of Teachers Executive Secretary for Baringo, and union Chariman Silas Rutto." We are happy to see
our main sacco enter huge financial investments. Every step indicates the fattening of dividends for our members "said Cheptarus.The sacco has 85,000 members and 11 branches in Baringo,
Eldoret, Nandi and Nakuru Counties. It has offered loans of Sh15 billion to its members so far. Click here for the most recent political news