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Atm Fraud
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Atm Fraud

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  • 1. Be careful when you use your ATM Card See how it was done in Oman
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    • ATMs had key logging keypads over the originals
    • and
    • card scammers in the slot for putting the cards in
    • See attached photos on the next slide…..
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  • 9. Be extra careful!! A few tips for it…
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    • Always use the same ATM as far as possible!
    • You are more likely to spot any tampering if you are using a familiar ATM machine!
    • Be vigilant and observant to notice anything different about your ATM!
    • Most ATM keyboards are set within the body and are not protruding above the base! Check to be sure.
    • The card slots are also set within the body of the ATM machine and not protruding above it! Check this also.
    • Look out for miniature cameras stuck to the ATM top that can photograph your PIN code entry!
    • Shield your hand with a paper sheet or envelope and enter the PIN code under this cover!
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  • 12. flashing green light
  • 13. This fraud can and may be taking place anywhere in the world
  • 14. Better to be safe… than sorry!

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