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First Bank alerts customers to scammers’ new tricks

First Bank of Nigeria Limited has alerted its teeming customers to new tricks  are being adopted by fraudsters to fleeze people of their hard earned money.

The bank in via email messages sent to customers said: “We observed  that scammers are beginning to have sleepless nights over our customers’ accounts.

“They have started sending messages on purported ATM card deactivation, due to difference in date of birth. They even go as far as telling you to dial their fraudulent numbers to activate your card. As in, they want to defraud you and they still ask you to waste your money on them! Chai! Don’t fall for it o, it’s a lie!

“Let them know that you are not a zombie, let them know smartness is in your DNA. If you get any suspicious message as such, delete it immediately.

R”assured, FirstBank will never ask for your personal details or ask you to call a personal number.
Also, do not click on any online link asking for your account details such as your BVN, personal information, ATM card number, PIN or OTP.

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If per chance you let some vital information slip, immediately email firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com so we can help.

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