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Fraudsters have found a new way.  Now they impersonate the National Health Fund and send such messages.  You better watch out

Fraudsters have found a new way. Now they impersonate the National Health Fund and send such messages. You better watch out

Unfortunately, Internet or SMS fraud has become a common practice that anyone can fall for. All because scammers are coming up with newer and newer ways to extort not only data, but also money from us. This time the National Health Fund warns against them.

This time, the National Health Fund, which is impersonated by thieves, reported about a new Internet fraud. They create fake websites that closely resemble the original NFZ website, so that unsuspecting Internet users can provide them with their data and even money.

A new internet scam. It’s easy to fall for them and lose your money

Fake websites have appeared on the Internet that look very similar to the official website, where people are encouraged to use the service of issuing an insurance card. Internet users are afraid that the one they have will soon expire, so it’s better to hurry up. This is, of course, nothing more than a scam designed to steal their personal data and money.

Fraudsters impersonate the National Health Fund. Be careful with such messages

After entering the website, a form appears in which you must provide your personal details, home address, contact details and even your credit card number. Once you fill it out, all this data goes straight to the thieves. Be careful and do not visit unreliable websites, and certainly do not fill out any forms. – This is a fraud and an attempt to extort data and money – warns Paweł Florek from the social communication and promotion office of the National Health Fund.

The National Health Fund DOES NOT ISSUE insurance cards, NEVER CHARGES any fees and DOES NOT COLLECT data via an online form

– we can read on , where Internet users are warned about fraud. If you are not sure about the legality of the website you are on, you can always verify it using the free 24-hour patient information telephone number 800 190 590. Remember that official websites always have certificates and their addresses are preceded by the “https” protocol, which ensures a secure connection.

What are the scams on the Internet? Thieves impersonate official institutions

It’s easy to come across scams online that try to steal your data or . The thieves themselves are becoming more and more clever and their methods are exceptionally daring. Therefore, when using the Internet, you really need to be extremely careful. Otherwise, you will become easy prey for them. First of all, never visit any links you receive from unknown people or addresses. Also remember that most official institutions will not contact you via SMS, e-mail, and certainly not from numbers or addresses of unknown origin, with content encouraging you to click on a website. If anything raises uncertainty, it is better to verify it with someone familiar with the subject. If you feel like it, vote in our poll below.

Source: Gazeta

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