Crooks flood the country with fake financial text messages

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The State Criminal Police Office warns: currently, fraudulent SMS is being sent en masse in the name of the tax office. Ignore the message!

It is pretended that payments are open with the recipient and that the resulting seizure is imminent. This can only be averted by immediate payment. Another variant is that a repayment is ready for you, and their bank details are required to carry it out.

Tips:

  • Do not let yourself be put under time pressure
  • Do NOT transfer
  • Never enter personal bank data either
  • Delete the SMS
  • In the event of damage, file a complaint
  • source: krone.at/picture: hp
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