[size=36]Al-Rafidain warns against dealing with parties claiming to grant loans[/size]
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, Al-Rafidain Bank warned today, Saturday, electronic card holders against dealing with unknown parties from outside the bank and links on social networking sites claiming to promote advances and loans.
The media office of the bank stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "fake pages and fake electronic links have spread recently claiming to cooperate with the bank, and they ask customers to enter to apply for personal advances and loans."
He added, "The bank does not deal with any entity or institution that adopts the promotion of advances and loans, but rather loan transactions are promoted through its branches exclusively, as for electronic advances, they are suspended at the present time and temporarily."
The statement called on "employees and retirees who hold electronic payment cards from the bank to exercise caution and caution and not to give any data related to their cards (the Master Card) or the card's password to anyone claiming to be associated with any party or the bank, in order to avoid falling into the trap of fraud, theft and unauthorized use." To account for that card by sending an e-mail, text messages, or calling the card holder, and the bank is not responsible for any financial or legal consequences arising therefrom.
The statement stressed that it "calls on customers to be careful and wary of such transactions, to preserve the integrity of their financial data, not to deal with any unreliable party or website, to preserve the confidentiality of their electronic cards from piracy and fraud, and not to disclose, share or use them by other people." Ended 29/ h