It happened to me that you put in your e-mail box at first, which promised you a certain game and unexpected inheritance. Although it seems plausible at first glance, it is a scam.
Such e-mails actually try to get consumers to give personal information about the card and the bank here, or directly call for a fee. And because foreigners are more and more often trained in ethina, there is an increase in the risk that they will be introduced to people who do not orient themselves on the Internet at any time.
“There were more and more fraudulent e-mails in the counseling center, so at one time they launched a specialized website that should alert and prepare consumers for mischief of a similar type of electronic sweat,” said Luk Zelen, dTest’s head of the counseling line. and did not drink for funds.
“The perpetrators of email scams are very cunning people who take advantage of their concerns. Foolish people are often their full-time job, and that works very profitably, ”points out Luk Zelen, adding that it is important to use common sense, not to reply to e-mails, not to open areas or click on links, and to delete at first.
How to recognize a fraudulent at first
Pete seven simple questions. If you answer “yes” to at least one of them, it is very likely a scam.
- Were you contacted completely unexpected?
- Do the sender offer such suitable conditions, and you should not trust them?
- Have you been asked to share your personal and bank details or to pay an entry fee?
- Are you forced to react immediately?
- Are the sender’s contact details undetermined or unreliable (ask for a phone number, address or address)?
- Does the text initially contain grammatical or spelling errors?
- Are you days to keep it a secret?
Take a look at the six most common types of fraudulent e-mails and treasures.
The current hit of fraudsters is the transfer of inheritance and property from abroad. often require a fee to join the castle unexpected obt. Promise a reward for that. “The basic features of this type of fraud are always the same. This is a large number of pensions waiting to be paid, to protect all those involved, it is necessary to keep secrets, the sender is willing to share the input, say Green. It is typical that at the arrest you only have to tell the bank account here.
At first, he is challenging to take part in various competitions and promising pensions and various events. often a modern, tax and expensive luxury goods that no one can afford. Of course, the fact is that they all become winners.
When you answer, you may find that, for example, the competition is paid in full, you will pay to subscribe and you will be asked to pay for the line freely.
At first, promise very high lengths (games), just forget to mention the need for a sweaty deposit and pay the various fees. At the same time, you will give someone your data and you can sweat. And if mon is a win? Nobody guarantees that. Roulette is often a hoax without constant supervision, you also want to know that you are retiring.
In the first place, there are offers for friendship and the creation of a relationship, with a very bad ethina. When you answer a raid to a scammer, or you want a pension after all, you may be asked to call a different toll line.
Usually, in the e-mails, first find out that a ripened lk has been discovered, great weight loss tablets that will help you dream of losing a lot of kilograms, excellent food supplements or groundbreaking inventions. And for just hundreds in the breath of hundreds and thousands of crowns.
When you answer, let yourself be forced into something you don’t need at all. In addition, you will often provide your personal as well as bank details and fraudsters can attack you in the bank.
At first, they contain completely incomprehensible information about the possibility of providing the loan or the existence of the investment. If you answer, they will want to pay the required deposit, for example.
- Don’t look first to promise big wins, suspiciously cheap goods, rewards for transferring foreign inheritance, or want to contribute to disability in developing countries and hit by major disasters, unless you’re sure it’s an organization that provides you with enough profits.
- Do not respond to the suspicion of e-mails at first, do not know their senders and there is no other significant reason why the sender should send them to you first.
- Do not share your personal and other information through any e-mail messages first.
- Do not send your details by e-mail even if your bank contacts you. Call the bank’s official infoline (do not use contact information from a suspicious e-mail) and ask what it is.
- No, don’t send fraudulent emails for long. Danger of attaching automatic signatures and entering your e-mail addresses for these e-mails. You can easily expose yourself to the danger of being suspected of authorship of these first.
- If you have become a victim of this scam, contact the police. Contact your bank to stop payments in the evening. Warn your family of children, birds and friends.