Npower Scam Exposed: Portal! Read This Now

Fake Npower website and portals portal: Scam Alert!!

Thinking about joining Npower to learn new skills and get a good job? That’s a great idea! Npower helps many young Nigerians like you. But there’s something important you need to know about portal before you register or validate your identity online.

Owing to the fact that portal has been migrated to NASIMS portal, deception lurks in the digital shadows, and unsuspecting Npower hopefuls are prime targets of scams. This blog post unveils a hidden danger – some FAKE Npower registration/validation portal and websites, using false links and social media designed to steal your information and derail your dreams.

In fact, there are various fake Npower payment news circulating online presently. You have to be careful so you don’t fall victim of N-power scammers.

Official Npower Portal: What you must know about Nasims portal

Let’s kick things off by familiarizing ourselves with the official Npower portal, This is the go-to destination for anyone looking to register or validate their Npower application. Between 2017, 2020, and 2022, Npower portal has migrated from portals to more updated portals. Actually in 2017, the registration started with the portal In year 2020, there was an upgrade, N power updated to the domain “ Presently, these two links are no more in use.

A new Npower portal was unveiled as the programme was brought under National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA). Thereby, the official and latest Npower portal was upgraded to, while the official Npower Validation portal is Any other  portal, website or links may lead you to hands of scammers. For emphasis:

Official and latest Npower Portal:

Official Npower Validation portal is

The new official portal is designed to make the registration and validation processes smooth and secure. When you visit:, you can trust that you’re in safe hands. But why is it so important to use the official portal, you ask? Well, for starters, it ensures that your personal information remains confidential and protected. Plus, it’s the only way to guarantee that your application is being processed by the legitimate Npower team. portal: Scam Alert beware

Fake N-Power Portal Alert (https://npower – fmhds – gov – ng . web . app/)

The N-Power program strives to empower Nigerian youth, offering valuable skills development and financial support, especially since Npower Registration 2024 has been suspended. Unfortunately, this popularity attracts scammers who create fake websites to steal your information.

This blog post specifically warns you about a fake N-Power portal circulating online: https://npower – fmhds – gov – ng . web . app/. Unfortunately, some highly trusted media houses have been ignorantly deceived into directing intending youths to this unofficial website without proper verification.

Unfortunately, great media house like PM News in their news “Halima Shehu suspended as NSIPA National Coordinator by Tinubu” published 2nd January, 2024,  The Nation, Osun Defender, panafricanreview, and many more are not left out.

Little wonder that the website currently ranks so high on Google with over 200,000 currently visiting the unofficial Npower registration portal every month. Can you imagine how many people are ignorantly paying into their unknown account monthly? Let’s take a closer look into how to identify and avoid such scams:

Dissecting the Fake Portal:

Here are red flags to watch out for when encountering this specific fake website:

Unfamiliar URL: The legitimate N-Power portal resides on the NASIMS website at The presence of “” in the fake URL and hyphens instead of periods is a clear giveaway, mimicking the old portal.

See the old Npower portal Scam portal: Alert!!

Latest Npower Payment Scam Portal. If you google “npower registration” now, here are the unofficial results you will see….

Npower payment scam

Checking through the websites and portals, even though the official registration is suspended, you will discover that they claim “Npower Batch A is open”. You are then given the form to fill.  These websites are so designed to resemble the official Npower portal, with the logo and emblem.

However, they are placed there to deceive and scam applicants. Unfortunately, they are so highly ranked on google and other search engines. That tells you how intelligent and powerful the brains behind them are. No wonder why powerful media houses are linking to them without thorough research. Beware!! See below picture.

Npower Payment Scam portal
  • Mimicking the Official Look: Scammers often design fake websites to closely resemble the real ones. However, inconsistencies may exist in the layout, logos, or overall user interface. Be cautious if something feels “off” compared to the official N-Power portal.
  • Suspicious Requests: Phishing websites often request unnecessary information beyond your NASIMS ID and password. This could include bank details, BVN, social security numbers, or other sensitive data. N-Power will never ask for such information through their portal.
  • Request for Payment: These websites usually ask you to pay a specific amount in order to complete your registration. There was no such in the old portal. Beware!! Scam Alert!! portal: Spotting The Fake

So, how do you spot a fake Npower registration/validation portal? It’s essential to be vigilant and keep an eye out for red flags. One major sign is the URL structure – the official portal always starts with “,” whereas fake portals may have slight variations or unfamiliar domains. The use of hyphens (-) instead of dot (.) within the domain name is is a deviation from the old official portal, a trick scammer use to deceive online searchers.

Sometimes, other clue to watch out for is the quality of the website itself. Grammatical errors, lack of SSL encryption, and suspicious requests for personal information are all warning signs that you’re dealing with a fake portal. Remember, if something feels off, it’s better to err on the side of caution.

At first glance, it may look like the real deal, but if you aren’t familiar with the old portal, you might be fooled. Hence, don’t be fooled by appearances.

This fake portal is cunningly crafted to mimic the official Npower website. From the layout to the language used, everything seems eerily similar. But here’s the catch – behind that facade lies a web of deceit. Users who fall prey to this fake portal risk exposing themselves to identity theft, financial scams, and other nefarious activities.

Examples and Case Studies:

To drive home the seriousness of this issue, let’s take a look at some real-life examples. Stories abound of individuals who have fallen victim to fake/masked “npower fmhds gov ng” Npower registration/validation portals. These victims not only face financial loss but also endure the distress of having their personal information compromised. Following are some examples:

An intending applicant confused Scam Alert!!
Scam Npower

An applicant scammed!!

Scam Alert!! npower

Unknown account collecting.....

Npower Scam Alert!!
npower Scam Alert!!

Fake Portal Update: Increasing Examination Payment; Payment gateway changed!! Beware

Are you still in doubt that this is true, having read and seen some evidences above? Let me gist you something quickly. The above pictures indicates that an account with the fintech bank, Opay, was being used to collect money from deceived applicant right? Presently in late April 2024, the payment gateway has been moved to Flutterwave a very trusted payment gateway from Nigeria. See something below. Payment options include what you see below.

Npower scam payment

Payment Increased.... pay shap shap....

Payment options include 

  • Card
  • USSD
  • Bank
  • Bank Transfer
  • NQR (QR code)
Note: There are about seven stages of the registration, you will be asked to fill some forms the portal. 
  1. Your Bio Data: (Name, Address, Phone number, LGA, State etc).
  2. Your Educational Qualification: (Institution and date).
  3. Your ID card and Number
  4. Upload (Passport, ID Card stated,  Certificate/Result)
  5. Then you will be permitted to download your form in PDF.
  6. Next is payment
  7. Next is “waiting for an exam that will never come”

Now you realized you have entered “one chance”. Guess what? Your details are already in the hands of scammers!!

Stage 1

Npower fake bio 1

Stage 2

Npower fake bio 2

Stage 3

Npower fake bio 3

Stage 4

Npower fake bio 4
Fake npower payment

The prevalence of such scams highlights the urgent need for awareness and vigilance among users. By sharing these examples, we hope to arm you with the knowledge needed to protect yourself from falling into the same trap.

Fake npower payment
Fake payment Portal: Protecting Yourself from Online Scams:

Here are some essential tips to ensure your online safety when accessing the N-Power program:

  • Bookmark the Official NASIMS Website: Having the official website bookmarked eliminates the risk of clicking on untrusted links.
  • Double-Check the URL: Before entering any login credentials, scrutinize the website address for typos or variations. Look for the secure “https://” prefix at the beginning of the URL.
  • Never Share Login Credentials: N-Power and NASIMS will never request your login information via emails, messages, or phone calls. Only enter your credentials on the official NASIMS portal.
  • Report Suspicious Activity: If you encounter a website claiming to be the N-Power portal but raises red flags, report it immediately to the N-Power Helpdesk.

Remember: By staying vigilant and following these safety measures, you can protect yourself from online scams and ensure the security of your personal information.

This blog post specifically warns you about a fake N-Power portal circulating online: https://npower – fmhds- gov – ng . web . app/.

In summary, protecting yourself from Npower fake portals requires deliberate vigilance. First and foremost, always double-check the URL before entering any personal information. Stick to the official Npower portal ( ) to ensure a secure registration or validation process.

Additionally, pay attention to the website’s security features. Look for the padlock icon in the address bar and make sure the URL starts with “https://” – these are indicators of a secure connection. And remember, Npower will never ask for sensitive information like passwords, bank details upfront, or require a payment from anyone, so be wary of any requests for such information

Reporting Fraudulent Portals:

If you come across a fake Npower registration/validation portal, don’t just brush it off – report it! By reporting fraudulent activity, you’re not only protecting yourself but also helping to prevent others from falling victim to the same scam. You can reach out to relevant authorities or government agencies to report the fake portal and take necessary action against the perpetrators.

Together, we can work towards creating a safer online environment and ensuring that legitimate programmes, portals/platforms like Npower remain accessible to those who need them most.

Final Thought

In conclusion, the rise of fake Npower registration/validation portals is a cause for concern, but armed with knowledge and vigilance, we can safely search online. Stick to the official Npower portal (, be wary of suspicious websites, and report any fraudulent activity you encounter.

Remember, your security and privacy are paramount, so don’t let scammers trick you into divulging sensitive information. Stay safe, stay informed, and together, we can combat online scams and protect the integrity of programs like Npower for generations to come.

Stay vigilant, folks, and remember – always beware of fake Npower portals!

This blog post aims to inform and empower readers to recognize and avoid fake Npower registration/validation portals, emphasizing the importance of using the official portal for a secure application process.  Let us know your thoughts and questions in the comments below.

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