Bank customers warned to be more vigilant of scammers during festive season

Kalyani Pillay, CEO at Sabric, spoke to Ray White on The Midday Report about the type of scams customers need to look out for, especially during the approaching festive season.

Pillay urges the public to watch their online transactions and be vigilant with whom they share their personal and confidential information.

You need to make sure your confidential information such as passwords and identity numbers remains safe.

Kalyani Pillay, CEO at Sabric

Pillay says they are seeing an increase of scammers at ATM machines who pretend to offer assistance to bank customers while stealing their bank cards and memorising bank pins.

Under no circumstances should you allow anyone near you at an ATM.

Kalyani Pillay, CEO at Sabric

For more safety tips from Sabric, click here

Listen to the full interview in the clip below:


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