Tip of the week
Number spoofing is a tactic used by criminals to trick you into thinking you’re being contacted by your bank or a trusted organisation. The caller ID on your phone may seem to be displaying the number from the back of your bank card, but this could be a scam or a spoof call.
Criminals are able to spoof numbers by downloading software that allows them to make any outbound calls appear as the number they’ve chosen to spoof in an attempt to scam you and get you to reveal your personal or financial information or to make payment.
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