Fake SMS that requires payment of small fines continues to reach new recipients-we draw conclusions from the ever-increasing number of online alerts.Recall that it was accompanied by a relatively new wave of news Sent to Poles since last month, We have informed about CERT Polska at the end of March. It turns out that scammers will not give up soon.
Since then, there have even been alerts about this type of SMS State Administration of Taxation website, And earlier Polish police also officially notified them. Therefore, we remind you not to be fooled and not to reply to the message that the sender is said to be the Ministry of Finance. In fact, only fraudsters try to induce you to click on the link to the fake payment service.
If the recipient of the email does not realize in time that he has found a well-designed website, he may provide the attacker with his payment card or bank login details, thus losing all his money. This form is similar to the well-known authentic fast payment service. However, in this case, the login name and password entered in the window will be sent directly to the fraudster instead of the corresponding institution, and the fraudster used it to log in to the victim’s real electronic banking business.
In this case, as always, we recommend that you simply ignore the message and delete it. However, if you are really worried about the payee’s delay in making one payment or another, we recommend that you seek information from appropriate sources yourself. First of all-don’t delay payment until the last minute to avoid unnecessary complications.