• 22/07/2024 03:33

A new type of fraud is spreading in Ukraine: how not to get hooked

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Recently, attempts at fraudulent activities disguised as the provision of monetary assistance from international donors have become more frequent.

This information was reported to the Ministry of Reintegration, URA-Inform reports.  

 In particular, scammers are distributing fake links to register for cash assistance from the UN International Organization for Migration.

In this regard, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) notes that never uses Google Forms to collect any personal data to provide multi-purpose cash assistance. There is no need to enter payment card details on unfamiliar and suspicious sites and follow links from unreliable sources.

They reminded Ukrainians never to provide the following information:

— three-digit number on the back of the card (CVV/CVC code);

— card PIN code;

 login and password for Internet banking;

— codes (one-time passwords) of the bank and from mobile operators.

If you have questions or suggestions about the work of IOM, you can call the hotline (Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00) at :

— 0 800 215 510 (free for all operators);

— (095) 106-55-55 (toll-free for Vodafone);

— (096) 106-55-55 (free for Kyivstar).

Recall that it was previously reported that Ukraine is being covered with desert dust: experts spoke about the risks and gave advice.

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