Beware of Fictitious Offers/ lottery Winnings/ Cheap Funds

2/3/2016
Bank of Baroda, Territory office Suva Fiji
Notice to the General Public
            Beware of Fictitious Offers/ Lottery Winnings / Cheap Fund Offers:
 
 
Bank of Baroda cautions the members of general public against falling prey to fictitious offers/ securing prize money / awards /lottery winnings/remittance of cheap funds in foreign currency from abroad by so-called Bank of Baroda Staff, foreign entities/ individuals or to Indian residents acting as representatives of Bank.. These offers are generally made through letters, e-mails, mobile phones, SMSs, etc. and such offers are fraudulent.
Recently, it has been come to our notice that some customers have received calls from overseas informing winning the prize of large amount under Vodafone competition.  Many residents have been falling prey to such tempting offers and losing money in the recent past.
Members of public have also been cautioned against making any remittance towards participation in such schemes/offers from unknown entities.
Bank of Baroda advises   members of public to immediately register a complaint with the local police authorities when they receive fictitious offers of money from abroad to catch the culprits.
Be cautious and do not divulge the information / details of your accounts, Debit cards and password etc over telephone / emails as bank never asks above details from the customers.
Bank of Baroda states that it does not undertake any type of money arrangement, by whatever name called, and it does not take any responsibility for recovering moneys remitted in response to such fictitious communication.
 
Chief Executive
(Fiji operations)


 
Bank of Baroda, Territory office Suva Fiji
Notice to the General Public
            Beware of Fictitious Offers/Lottery Winnings / Cheap Fund Offers:
 
 
Bank of Baroda cautions the members of general public against falling prey to fictitious offers/ securing prize money / awards /lottery winnings/remittance of cheap funds in foreign currency from abroad by so-called Bank of Baroda Staff, foreign entities/ individuals or to Indian residents acting as representatives of Bank.. These offers are generally made through letters, e-mails, mobile phones, SMSs, etc. and such offers are fraudulent.
Recently, it has been come to our notice that some customers have received calls from overseas informing winning the prize of large amount under Vodafone competition.  Many residents have been falling prey to such tempting offers and losing money in the recent past.
Members of public have also been cautioned against making any remittance towards participation in such schemes/offers from unknown entities.
Bank of Baroda advises   members of public to immediately register a complaint with the local police authorities when they receive fictitious offers of money from abroad to catch the culprits.
Be cautious and do not divulge the information / details of your accounts, Debit cards and password etc over telephone / emails as bank never asks above details from the customers.
Bank of Baroda states that it does not undertake any type of money arrangement, by whatever name called, and it does not take any responsibility for recovering moneys remitted in response to such fictitious communication.
 
Chief Executive
(Fiji operations)


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