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How to avoid phone scams?

Calls from allegedly "bank" numbers are one of the most common fraudulent schemes when scammers actually call.  The swindler calls the "victim" and introduces himself as a bank employee.  Recently, programs to replace bank phone numbers are used for calls.  How to understand that on the other end of a wire swindlers?  What does a real bank representative never ask or ask for?

 Fraudster's actions:

  1. Intimidates, hurries, reports suspicious actions with a bank account
  2. Asks Card expiration date and CVV code
  3. Says that for security reasons, the account or Internet banking was blocked
  4. Asks to follow the link and enter the card details in the pop-ups
  5. Requests a secret code from the message

 How to protect yourself:

  1. End the call and notify the bank of the suspicious call (phone on the back of the bank card)
  2. If you have transferred card data to fraudsters, close the bank card and order a new one.

 The bank never asks:

  1. CVV code
  2. Card validity period
  3. Transaction confirmation codes
  4. Password from Internet banking

 The bank never asks:

  1. Search for a terminal and perform any operations
  2. Dictate the phone numbers of relatives
  3. Install third-party applications on your phone or computer

 So be vigilant and careful, keep calm.

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