Online services have become an indispensable part of our daily lives, thus making Internet scams more widespread, covering a wide range of areas such as shopping, job hunting, investing, charity, lottery, etc. Many traditional scams are repackaged in new forms and carried out on the Internet or over the phone. The tactics are constantly changing, making it hard for people to easily identify.

However, all scams have a common goal, whether they are tricking users to give their account numbers, passwords or personal information, the ultimate goal is money. As long as you raise your security awareness and always “fact‑check”, you can reduce the risk of being scammed. Remember the three key principles to prevent fraud:

  1. Stay calm and don’t be flustered
  2. Don’t be greedy
  3. Never casually disclose personal information

Pay more attention to anti-fraud information and naturally raise your anti-fraud awareness, so that you won’t allow fraudsters to take advantage.

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