The Special Anti_Robbery Squad, Ladipo, Lagos, just arrested another criminal Identified as Dare Oladimeji. The 31yrs old suspect is a secondary school certificate holder and also a footballer, he confessed to the media, that many people lock and password their phones, thinking is the best and safest way of preventing people from accessing their phones, and most especially their vital bank information.
He also continued, saying that, that doesn’t stop him and the likes from accessing the bank information of such phone. Dare said all they have to do is to remove the sim card of such phone and slot it into a small phone, that is not android device and they will run some code on it and it will bring out all the name of the bank the person is operating on with that Sim card.
He also cited an example saying, if the person is operating with GTB bank they proceed with the normal code “37100#, if the person has money in his/her account, they will use it to buy recharge cards and thereby get to know the persons’ account balance through the debit alert message that will pop in. After that, they will transfer the money into a donor account where they will later withdraw it from.
It was also revealed that Dare just returned from Dubai after his contract expired with his football club Allain FC. When he was asked what made him resorted into telephone hacking, he replied saying after he lost all the money he brought from Dubai. According to him, he said in 2016 in returned from Dubai with N7 million naira out of which he gave Mr Shola N5 million for a genuine business with NUPENG but died before actualization of the business.
He was also asked, if he has any connivance with any bank staff, and he replied saying no, that he got all the necessary information from Google chrome. Dare also continued saying nobody taught him the skill he used in hacking, that he learnt everything from Google chrome, that it’s just the use of common sense. He is a father of three kids.
Some suspected guys of Dare’s gang had earlier been arrested and charged to court before he was later tracked at Idi -Oro during the investigation of withdrawal of N200,000 from a victims account.