Telecom operators in the country: Emirates Telecommunications Company "Etisalat" and "du" of the Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, subscribers to their services, warned of fraud via phone calls, e-mail, WhatsApp application, and social media, to steal their personal data.
Etisalat clarified that it and other government agencies will not communicate with subscribers over the phone at all, and ask them for a one-time password, calling on subscribers, in messages you sent over the phone, to protect themselves from fraud and fraud, by following six main rules.
Etisalat stressed the need for subscribers to secure their banking data by not sharing it with Etisalat or any other party, calling on the subscriber to file a complaint with the bank he deals with immediately, in the event of falling victim to a financial fraud.
Etisalat stated that it verifies the subscriber's identity only through a one-time password, or through the personal identification number, advising customers to use only approved payment channels to pay Etisalat bills.
She said she would never ask for any money deposit into a personal bank account, and she would never ask for any money to receive gifts.
Etisalat warned customers not to share a one-time password with anyone, and not to click on or download links immediately, without making sure that they are completely secure.