Fraudsters have developed a new tactic to trick consumers into handing over their bank details, according to Bank of Ireland. Customers are first receiving a text which is then shortly followed up with phone calls to convince them to pass on their banking details.
Note : Below are extracts from an article published in The Irish Independent (1st November 2022) by Caoimhe Gordon ,as referenced below:Irish Indo BOI Scam article Nov 1st 2022 V2
Gordon, C (2022) “Bank of Ireland urges caution following new combined text and call scam threat.” Irish Independent , November 1st. Available at: https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/bank-of-ireland-urges-caution-following-new-combined-text-and-call-scam-threat-42110751.html . (Accessed 02 November 2022).
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