In the latest scam, a company is looking for part-time employees online, with instant payouts ranging from 2 HUF to 80,000 HUF per day.
The SMS explained that telephone work that can be done from home is also easy for the 25-55 age group and can be done at any time and from anywhere. 24. He.
A dangerous link can be found at the end of the message, which should not be opened under any circumstances.
Scammers ask users to install a WhatsApp contact to add a contact.
Many similar scams have been warned about before
As Index reported, in a statement, the police drew attention to the fact that the number of violations committed via SMS parcels has also increased in Hungary.
Phishers also change their scam methods from time to time. At the beginning of January, a resident of Varpalota was also subjected to an SMS scam, this time in the name of Netflix. The unsuspecting man provided his bank card details, and 100,000 Hungarian forints were withdrawn from his account.
The police issued a warning to prevent similar crimes from occurring.
People are asked:
- Under no circumstances may you give your bank card details to strangers. The CVC code on the back cannot be requested during official administration either. Knowing this, unauthorized people can easily conduct online transactions.
- For online transactions, it is recommended to make payment through an installed application from an official and trusted source.
- Never click on a link sent via SMS or email from an unknown source.
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