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We truly want to believe that the Internet is a safe place where you can’t fall for all types of online scams, but it’s always a good reminder to do a “reality check”.
We, humans, can become an easy target for malicious actors who want to steal our most valuable personal data.
To better safeguard your data and prevent thieves from getting access to your payment card details, consider: Source: Chaffeur This is another classic Internet scam which doesn’t seem to get old.
Source: The Beacon Bulletin People can be easily scammed by “too good to be true” bank offers that might guarantee large amounts of money and have already been pre-approved by the bank.
If such an incredible pre-approved loan is offered to you, ask yourself: “How is it possible for a bank to offer you such a large sum of money without even checking and analyzing your financial situation?
In many cases, cyber criminals will send users messages/emails by trying to trick them into providing them valuable and sensitive data ( login credentials – from bank account, social network, work account, cloud storage) that can prove to be valuable for them.
Moreover, these emails will seem to come from an official source (like bank institutions or any other financial authority, legitime companies or social networks representatives for users.) This way, they’ll use social engineering techniques by convincing you to click on a specific (and) malicious link and access a website that looks legit, but it’s actually controlled by them.They will be persistent and ask you to pay more and more money for additional services, such as transactions or transfer costs.