Be safe from Money Hackers


Due to lockdown many Online Payment Account is hacked . So should take care of it .
We’re banking and shopping online more than ever. And we love it. But it also means we’re now more at risk of falling victim to Internet scammers. That’s why you should keep an eagle eye on your PayPal, Amazon, Google Checkout and other online payment accounts, so you can spot suspicious activity right away.

Look online and you’ll find lots of advice on what to do after your payment account has been compromised. But what are the signs that your account has been cracked by cyber-criminals? Here are our top tips for keeping your money safe.

Watch for any unauthorised activity: Always know what transactions are expected. Even the smallest unauthorised transfer can be a danger sign.

Don’t ignore notifications: If you get an email saying your account details have changed and you didn’t change them, your account may be compromised.

Beware of bogus calls: If someone phones and claims to be from your payment provider, insist on calling them back on the company’s public phone number.

Don’t trust the text: If you suddenly start getting messages or calls from a mobile number that your provider doesn’t normally use—be very suspicious.

Check every email: If an email or other online communication doesn’t look genuine, don’t reply to it without checking with your provider.

Look out for bogus links: If you see strange activity on your account, check to see if you’ve clicked any suspicious links in your email recently.

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