Abu Dhabi Police explained that their fraudulent methods amount to claiming that they are among the honored participants in the national sterilization in order to lure the victims
Abu Dhabi Police called on the public not to answer anonymous calls, emails or regular suspicious messages.
She urged bank customers to communicate with the banks, which provide banking services to them, directly through their phone numbers on their websites, pointing out that fraudsters send electronic links or contact the victims by phone and ask them to provide them with their bank data, citing several reasons, including the non-blocking of the ATM card. Or under the pretext of updating the data, or / claiming that the customer won / a prize he won in a competition in which he did not participate in the first place.
Abu Dhabi Police explained that their fraudulent methods amount to claiming that they are among the honored participants in the national sterilization in order to lure the victims in this misleading way to defraud them and obtain their bank account information and reuse that data again, in withdrawing financial balances.
It advised the public not to share their confidential information with anyone, whether it is online banking passwords, ATM PINs, security number /CCV/ or password.
She stressed the importance of expediting the reporting of any /fraudulent/ calls received by unknown persons asking them for their banking data, by contacting the Aman service at the toll-free number /8002626/ or via messages /sms2828/, and in case of fraud, contact the bank and inform the nearest police station.