The activities of fraudsters' of late is not just in one area but across all fields. They consistently keep devising means of taking advantage of innocent citizens.
An alert by the the Economic and Organised Crime Unit indicates that, these fraudsters' are again are invading people's account through the linkage of Ghana card with their banks
The notice by EOCO, said they sent text messages, emails and place phone calls in some cases with false details claiming to be from your bankers. They will tell you they want to guide you to link your card so give them the following details: Bank account, Pin and Mobile number.
They use you details to withdraw money from your account.
The Economic and Organised Crime Office want to inform the customers of various banks that, your bankers will never ask you for your pin. The process does not require that.
They also want you to confirm from your bank before responding to any such things.
Again, you are advised not to click any link until you confirm from your bank.
The statement from Economic and Organised Crime Office noted that some members of the public have fallen victim to fraudulent banking transactions.
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