There may be malicious individuals who present themselves as lawyers, police, soldiers, prosecutors, bankers, or pretend to be your friends or the company you trade with over social media/e-mail (malicious individuals pretending to be your friends or business partners whose account has been compromised, etc.). The purpose of these individuals is to carry out fraudulent activities by obtaining your electronic banking passwords, identity information or access information.
In this context;
- In order to gain your trust, they may give examples of the information they obtained from outside or the transactions you performed.
- They can keep you on the phone for a long time to keep you busy.
- They can contact you regarding a problem with your bank accounts or a refund.
- They may request a money transfer by stating reasons such as securing your accounts due to suspicious transactions.
- They may ask you to confirm your payment or bank account details to win a promotion or get a refund.
- They are hasty to persuade and offer unmissable opportunities, they may say that the offer is only for you.
By paying attention to the points we have mentioned, in order not to be exposed to such fraudulent events and for your information security; We kindly ask you not to respond to individuals who ask you to share your information.