Suddenly your SIM card has stopped working? It could be a cheat attack, virus or duplicate card. Your phone by receiving SMS codes is used to accept transfers and payments by credit card. Attention is very important. Protect yourself, secure your phone. Read on: If the scammer copies your SIM card, it will intercept all calls and SMSes (including authorization codes!) That should reach you. In this way, it can confirm transactions or change your banking password. Be especially vigilant - especially if your SIM card suddenly stopped working. SIM Swap - a scam in which fraudsters take over the SIM card and get into the bank account In order to get a copy of your SIM card from the operator, the scammer first needs a number of information about you: name, surname, PESEL number, mother's maiden name. With the acquired data, the fraudster goes to the operator and under the pretext of e.g. losing the phone, he makes a duplicate of the SIM card. At this point, your original SIM card is cut off from the cellular network. No coverage, no calls or messages. From now on, everything that was supposed to get to your phone number goes to the cheater - on the phone with a duplicate card. Earlier, however, the scammer must also get a login and password for your banking. If he succeeds, he will get to your money. There are several ways to take over your login details. One of the most-used is the dissemination of counterfeit banking sites. How to defend yourself Follow these safety rules: When logging in, we will never ask you for your full banking password. You enter only 5 indicated characters. Games you log into banking, check in the browser bar that its address matches the address of our login page https://login.ingbank.pl/mojeing/app/#login. If the address is different, do not log in - do not enter your details there and notify us. Pay attention to the email addresses you receive messages from. We send messages only from mailboxes from the domain @ ing.pl and @ ingbank.pl Use social networking with caution. It's a great place for fraudsters to get data about you. Don't share sensitive data publicly! Download applications from proven sources. Dangerous applications can steal important personal data. Log in to banking only from devices that you know and you can be sure they are not infected with. Do not open suspicious attachments and links from e-mails, text messages and other messages. Always keep your helpline number of your bank and mobile operator handy in order to be able to respond to suspicious situations as soon as possible. Are you a victim Call us as soon as possible! Also contact your mobile operator.
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