Urgent.. The emirates issues a warning to citizens and residents about fraudulent methods
The emirates issues a warning to citizens and residents about fraudulent methods, The Abu Dhabi Police have issued a warning about the renewed methods of con artists and swindlers, as well as luring victims in misleading ways. According to these methods, victims are being defrauded of fraudulent calls and links to fraudulent websites through SMS messages that simulate government institutions and phishing the public and providing them with fake services and temptations.
it was made aware of the situation by fraudulent phoney websites that used the names of well-known eateries and stores and offered deals to the general public in exchange for the payment of a charge. When the user finished the payment process on the false website, their remaining balance was deducted from their credit card on the fake website.
it urged the general public not to deal with fake electronic ads that offer pets for sale or adoption in exchange for shipping and insurance costs from outside the country. These ads are advertised on the internet, social networking sites, and certain buying and selling applications on smartphones. Victims are asked to send money to bank accounts that have been opened for the purpose of theft and fraud, or they are asked to request money transfer through local and international exchange companies licenced in the country. She called on the general public not to deal with these types of ads.
She cautioned job seekers against "fake recruitment" and believing the lies of fraudsters who are currently taking advantage of the opportunity to hold official events and events to defraud them by creating pages for fake companies online as accredited recruitment companies or programmes on social networking sites and allocating them to pay money as fees for those fake jobs so that applicants will eventually discover that they have fallen victim to fraud and fraud. She said that applicants will eventually discover that they have fallen victim to fraud and fraud.
warning to citizens and residents about fraudulent methods in uae
it made an impassioned plea to the general public to refrain from disclosing their confidential information to anyone, including but not limited to their account or card information, passwords for internet banking, personal identification numbers for ATMs, Security number (CCV), or password, and to remember that bank employees will never ask them for this information.
The Abu Dhabi Police Department has issued a call to the general public, urging them to go to the nearest police station and quickly report any calls received by anonymous demanding that they update their bank statements in the event that they become victims of fraud. This is to enhance the efforts of the police in combating these fraudulent methods and protecting the general public from the risks associated with them.
it urged people not to give in to deluded temptations and called for the activation of protection programmes to ensure the efficacy of getting rid of fraudulent websites that contain electronic codes intended to steal their cash.