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***Robocall Scam Alert***

Updated: Aug 8, 2020


Robocall Scam Alert


**ALL Banks**




How to detect online fraud

Here are some common signs that could help you identify an online scam:

  • You receive an email from a bank you don’t bank with.

  • You are asked to provide your personal information via an email or on a website.

  • You are asked to provide your confidential bank information, such as your credit card number, PIN, and expiry date.

  • The text of the email or message is full of grammar and spelling mistakes.

  • You receive an unexpected email from someone you don’t know, or from a reputable company using a public service domain, such as Hotmail or Gmail.

  • You are asked to send money through untraceable agencies.

  • The deal(s) are too good to be true and/or the sender gives promise of money for little or no effort.

  • The story and/or deal(s) doesn’t ‘add’ up or make sense.

  • You are told you have won a competition that you never entered.

  • You get a quick response to your reply, and they answer questions you never asked.

Banks will never ask you to update or confirm any personal information via email.

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