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Cyber security authority warns bank customers against fraudsters

According to the CSA, there have been several reports of online fraudulent activities, including complaints on social media, and this has compelled them to alert the public

The Cyber Security Authority (CSA) has warned bank customers to be wary of the latest activities of online fraudsters. 

According to the CSA, there has been several reports of online fraudulent activities, including complaints on social media, and this has compelled them to alert the public.

In a statement issued by the CSA on Tuesday (15 November), the authority said it has “received several reports and further observed reports on various social media platforms regarding online schemes targeting customers of various banks.”

“The supposed agents then undertake several online transactions that lead to financial loss for the victims after providing them with personally identifiable information (PII).”

The public is thereby informed to avoid sharing personally identifiable information with anyone and visit their banks for further inquiries when in doubt.

Below is the statement:

Gladys Mensah

 

 

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