By providing your personal details to unknown persons, including TIN, E-signature, CVV code on the back of the card, you put all your money on the card or account at risk of withdrawal. Also, questionable deals, false loans could be executed, or a vehicle could be reregistered.
Do not publish photos of an ID on social media and never send them to third parties via messengers (WhatsApp, Telegram and others)
Do not follow doubtful links received via e-mail and short messages. You’d better delete them immediately and block the sender. You should pay attention to the website domain name. The address must begin with https://, not http://.
Do not take part in dubious internet contests and lotteries that demand your personal information.
If you are going to buy something online, make sure that the website belongs to the online shop and have a separate bank card intended for online shopping only.
Turn on SMS or Push notifications on your payment cards to see all transactions.
Never turn off the 3D-secure function on your payment card.
Every time you consider investing your money, you must be on the alert and not lose your mind when you see the promise of high yield. If you see the significant but unfounded profit, it is rather a typical pyramid scheme – when first investors get compensation at the expense of subsequent investors, according to Fingramota.
See also: Pyramid Scheme, or How Did Kazakhstani Tricksters Manage to Defraud $80 Million From Country’s Citizens?