The Financial Supervisory Service announced consumer warnings against Phishing and other fraudulent scams asking for personal information.
1. If you receive a call or a text message from the person who claims to know your personal information asking for security information or offering a loan, you should suspect financial fraud.
2. For any reason, calls asking for financial information or messages asking for PIN number online are 100 percent fraud.
3. If you are asked to pay certain fees in advance before a loan is approved, it is 100 percent fraud.
4. If you believe you’re a victim of financial fraud, or you suspect financial fraud, call the police at 112 or the Financial Supervisory Service at 1332.