In today’s NSFAS latest news – Beneficiaries of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) may have received messages about Nsfas laptops. Here’s what the bursary scheme said. The NSFAS bursary is regularly the focus of many scams. Nsfas is now cleaning up the latest scams. This scam affects Nsfas laptops.

Nsfas students may have received a text message from someone posing as the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) asking them to pick up their laptops at the NYDA center. The message begins with #NSFASDigital and reads like any other of her Nsfas messages.

“Dear Nsfas Beneficiary. You can collect your Nsfas laptop from one of our branches.” It then instructs the beneficiary to click on a link

Nsfas took to social media to clear the air after being alerted about it;

If you received an SMS stating that you must collect a laptop at an NYDA centre, please note that it is FAKE. 

The scheme then went on to say, “Announcements and updates regarding laptops will be communicated through our official digital media platforms.”

Students are warned not to fall for scams or click on unauthorized links. Students should also refrain from disclosing personal or valuable information such as login information, ID numbers, and passwords. Most students get cheated out of her Nsfas allowance during these scams.

Such messages and other Nsfas scams can be reported to the Vuvuzela Hotline on 0860 247 653.

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