Fraudulent emails are being sent to our clients claiming that they should redeem their Absa Rewards of a specific value. Please delete these emails without taking any other action as it is a phishing scam. (Do not download any attachments)
Fraudsters posing as Microsoft representatives contact the victim, informing them of a supposed security threat for which they have to do a software security update or similar intervention.
Be aware and pay special attention to all messages received from your Network Service Provider regarding Twin SIM functionality.
An email scam is doing the rounds requesting customers to “renew” their Absa Online registration
Watch out for this cellphone scam that enables fraudsters to port your number and gain access to your accounts
With the latest spike in SIM swap fraud, make sure you take all the precautions you can to avoid becoming a victim
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has warned taxpayers to be wary of an email scam using the SARS logo to defraud people.
Don’t be caught out! Find out what you need to look out for to avoid becoming a victim of phishing scams. This video explains what Phishing is, how it is done and how not to fall prey
Some criminals will go to amazing lengths to steal your money – but the more aware you are, the less likely it will be that you will fall prey to internet or email phishing scams.
Watch out for this cellphone scam that enables fraudsters to conduct a SIM swop and gain access to your accounts
Phone based phishing scams that try to catch you off-guard – voice phishing