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All Scam Types
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Downloading a malicious software or application from an unofficial source.
Example of a scammer impersonating a family member to send a fake wedding invitation:
The malware (.APK) file is sent through email or chats as links or attachments.
When clicked, the .APK file will prompt you to download an application on your phone.
The application will ask permission to monitor your device, applications and gestures. *If you tap ‘Allow,’ scammers will have remote access and control of your phone, which can compromise your banking details.
The application may also display a fake payment page designed to steal your credentials.
Only download applications from your smartphone's official application platforms (e.g. Google Play Store, App Store, Huawei App Gallery).
Only enter your login credentials on official online banking websites. Never enter them on other websites or applications.
Do not click on links provided by any 3rd party.