Kela warnt Kunden vor Phishing

Kela warnt Kunden vor Phishing

The Finnish benefits administrator has warned customers to look for scam messages that indicate that the customer will be reimbursed for an unpaid benefit.

The recipient of the email will be prompted to complete a refund form to receive payment. The e-mail is written in Finnish and contains a link that directs the recipient to log in to the phishing site. Scammers try to hijack victims’ online banking credentials.

The authority advised customers who receive such an email that they should not click on any links, write any information or even reply to the email.

If a customer suspects that their credit card or bank information has fallen into the wrong hands, they should contact the bank immediately. Guided tours are also available

Kela added that it never asks customers for sensitive information such as bank IDs or credit card information via email or text message. Customers can send a message to Kela OmaKela Bedienung.

Quelle: Die nordische Seite





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