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OTP Successfully Deactivated Scam – Beware

Digital Marketing Consultant

Scam Alert

Content and images from FNB:

1. You will receive an email informing you that your OTP service has successfully been deactivated. Fraudsters provide a link in the email for you to re-activate the OTP service.

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2. When you select the link in the email, you will be redirected to a fake website that mimics fnb.co.za. In an attempt to steal your banking details you will be requested to login.

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3. You will then be presented with a second login screen requesting your OTP (One Time PIN).

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4. Another login screen will request your card number and ATM PIN.

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5. When you enter your details on these screens, the fraudsters will be in a position to access your banking profile.

Remember, FNB will NEVER ask for your username, password or PIN in an email, SMS or phone call. Never select a link to our website that was sent via email. Always type in FNB’s web address. Report fraud on 087 575 9444.

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