Please remember: We’ll never call you and ask for your passcode, password, PIN or PINsentry code.
A phone scam is when someone calls pretending to be someone else, such as the police or your bank. They do this so that they can trick you into revealing personal details, withdrawing money or transferring money to a fake account.
Always stay alert when someone you don’t know calls you – no matter who they claim to be or what number is showing on the caller display.
If in doubt, call back on a phone number that you know is official. You can usually find this on the company’s website or on your statement or bills.
Treat all unsolicited calls with caution. Remember, banks and the police will never contact you to ask you to transfer money, buy high value goods, or hand over cards or money.
A text message scam is when someone sends you a text asking you to call a telephone number, click on a link or to send security details. The message might appear to be from Barclays or someone you trust because fraudsters are able to spoof genuine telephone numbers to hide the true identity of the sender. If you’re unsure, get in touch with us using the number on the back of your card.
An email scam is an unsolicited or trick email designed to make you hand over money or reveal personal details.
Stay vigilant when emailing – especially if you’re sending people personal details or organising financial transactions.
A distraction scam involves someone trying to distract you while you’re at a cash machine in order to get your PIN, card or money.
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Below are basic tips to help you secure your computer and your personal information sent via the internet.
What is phishing?
Phishing is the practice of fraudulently sending emails claiming to be from a legitimate person or business in order to induce customers to provide their personal information.
What is identity theft?
Identity theft is the practice of a criminal using your personal information (such as name, address or credit card number) to commit fraud without your consent.
Will TapUAE.com ask for my sensitive information by email?
No; TapUAE.com will not contact you. We will send our administrative message directly to Tapper's dashboard.
Can I unsubscribe from email and direct mail marketing communications?
Yes, Every newsletter has a "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of newsletter. When you click on that link, you automatically unsubscribe from our mailing list. For other email and notification, please goto setting section of TapUAE Dashboard.
Can I contact you if I receive a suspicious email?
Yes; please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to alert us about any suspicious e-mails.