The bank warns of another serious scam that could steal the client's money. "Scammers can take control of your bank account and clear it up!" – warns its customers ING Bank Śląski.
ING Bank Śląski warns in a new report against cyber-fraud attacks on the accounts of its customers. – Watch out for emails with wrong credit decision information – we read an ING message on the bank's website.
Scammers send emails with false information that we have received a positive credit decision. – The email has a link that leads to a fake page of My ING – a known bank informs.
Do not click on the link, do not log in on this page. Scammers can take control of your bank account and clean it up.
What are the scammers of ING bank Śląski warning about?
On the page replaced by My ING, the customer sees the login request and then enters the full bank password. On the next screen, scammers may ask you to enter the SMS code.
When a client who expects nothing suspicious indicates credentials on a fake website, Scammers log in to his bank . You make a transfer, set up a trusted recipient, or change the phone number for transaction authorization. The customer then authorizes the order by entering the SMS code on the counterfeit page.
A moment later, thieves clear the account of money.
ING Bank Śląski reminds you of the security rules:
- We do not send emails requesting you to log in or provide private information, such as a telephone number, to authorize transactions.
- We never ask you to enter your username and full bank password. This also applies to the SMS code ̵
- Read carefully the contents of the SMS you receive from the bank.
- We do not ask you for a change, nor do we send you new credentials.
The complete message from ING Bank Śląski can be found on the Bank's website. CLICK HERE
More and more bank customers are victims of fraud and lose money from their accounts. Cybercriminals posing as mBank, Bank Pekao, Credit Agricole or Bank Pocztowy, among others.
The tax authorities also warn against false emails. Criminals also advertise themselves as websites offering fast transfers – Dotpay, PayU or Przelewy24.
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