***Robocall Scam Alert***
Updated: Aug 8, 2020
Robocall Scam Alert
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.