With the number of scams going around in the world, one would always need to be careful before clicking on a link that leads to a bank or other payment methods.
A netizen posted on Facebook warning other CIMB Bank account holders in Malaysia to take note of their I-banking app and ensure that there are no unauthorised devices that can access their bank accounts.
The post has since gone viral with almost 150 over shares on Facebook.
Here is what the netizen said (Google Translated):
Since the CIMB issue is hot. Many argue how money can be transferred to a scammer’s account without TAC.
This happens, there is a possibility that your account has been linked to the scammer’s phone. If there is, delete and change your password as soon as possible.
You can always check to make sure no unknown phone has access to your CIMB account. This is an endeavour other than hoping CIMB upgrade their security.
You can look at the picture to check the steps.
Memandangkan isu CIMB ni tengah hangat. Ramai pertikai macam mana boleh transfer duit ke acc scammer tanpa TAC.
Ini berlaku kemungkinan acc anda dah link dekat telefon scammer tu. Sekiranya ada, boleh delete dan tukar password anda secepat mungkin.
Boleh check selalu untuk pastikan tiada telefon tidak dikenali ada access kepada acc CIMB and. Ini ikhtiar selain nak mengharap CIMB upgrade security mereka.
Boleh tengok gambar untuk semak langkah2 tersebut.