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Slide 1 - TIPS to AVOID COVID‑19 ONLINE SCAMS
Slide 2 - Recently, there has been a significant rise in online scams related to COVID‑19. We're providing these tips to help you spot and avoid these scams, so you can stay safer online.
Slide 3 - COMMON TYPES OF COVID‑19 SCAMS
Slide 4 - Stealing your personal data Scammers who ask for too much information, such as your address, bank account details or even PIN number to "fix" your insurance policy or conduct fake contact tracing. Fake offers of goods and services Massive discounts on masks or subscriptions to online entertainment services from unknown third parties. Impersonation of authorities Impersonation of government organisations like Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) and Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) offering COVID‑19 information. Fraudulent medical offers Offers of cures, test kits, hand sanitiser or face masks that never arrive. Fake requests for charitable donations Donations to support COVID‑19 relief from non-profits, hospitals, or other organizations should be carefully checked.
Slide 5 - TIPS TO AVOID COVID‑19 SCAMS 1. Know how scammers may reach you Scammers are taking advantage of the increase in COVID‑19 communications by disguising their scams as legitimate messages about the virus. Alongside emails, scammers may also use SMS, automated calls and malicious websites to reach you.
Slide 6 - TIPS TO AVOID COVID‑19 SCAMS 2. Check trusted sources directly Scammers often pose as well-known, trusted and authoritative sources. Directly visit sources like Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) to get the latest factual information about COVID‑19.
Slide 7 - TIPS TO AVOID COVID‑19 SCAMS 3. Be cautious of requests for personal or financial information, pause and evaluate before sharing If you receive an unsolicited request for information, take extra time to evaluate the message. Scammers will often ask you to share more information than necessary, such as login information, bank details and addresses with them. They may also request payment via bank transfer or virtual currency.
Slide 8 - TIPS TO AVOID COVID‑19 SCAMS 4. Donate directly through non-profit organizations Some scams take advantage of goodwill, requesting donations for COVID‑19 relief efforts or impersonating non-profit organizations. To be more confident your money will reach a non-profit organization, you can donate directly through their website - rather than clicking a link sent to you.
Slide 9 - TIPS TO AVOID COVID‑19 SCAMS 5. Double check links and email addresses before clicking Fake links often imitate established websites by adding extra words or letters. If it says something like "click here," hover over the link or long press the text to check the URL for mistakes - being careful not to click it. Misspelled words or random letters and numbers in the URL or email address may also indicate a scam.
Slide 10 - TIPS TO AVOID COVID‑19 SCAMS 6. Search to see if it's been reported If somebody has sent you a fraudulent message, it’s likely they’ve sent it to other people as well. Copy and paste the email address, phone number, or most suspicious portion of the message into a search engine to check if it’s been reported by others.
Slide 11 - Help others Avoid COVID‑19 Online Scams Spread the word and help keep everyone safe online. Share these tips with family and friends Reference : https://safety.google/intl/en_in/securitytips-covid19/