Author Topic: Fraud in Banking and Finance  (Read 988 times)

RAA1212

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Fraud in Banking and Finance
« on: Apr 29, 2012, 05:21 PM »
People should be aware of the recent scams people do to get money from banks. Sometimes, a person can call the office pretending to be a high official of another place and asks pertinent information as requested by the owner of the account usually with a stern and confident voice. Unknowingly, the person or staff who receives the call provides all the needed information. After the call has been dropped another one will be made BY THE SAME PERSON who is now pretending to be the owner of the account sounding angry as to intimidate the staff saying that he disrespected the person who just called to verify the said pertinent information. As the staff becomes scared and viable to be submissive, he or she follows the order of the pretender to provide all the needed information to the one who called and provide a wire transfer of the money at the designated place. The money is usually transferred via wire transfer to a place where no need for identification is required to claim the money. After everything has been set, the money will be transferred at the place requested by the pretender where he is already waiting.

EVERYONE SHOULD BE AWARE OF ALL TYPES OF SCAM. BECAUSE LATER YOU'LL KNOW, YOU MIGHT BE THE NEXT VICTIM.

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Fraud in Banking and Finance
« on: Apr 29, 2012, 05:21 PM »