They are circulating two SMS scam on the Titan with links to links on which, by clicking, you risk exposing your data to strangers or finding viruses on your mobile phone. In both cases, you must not enter the sites indicated or provide personal information.
The first scam message comes from a fake account called “BSM“which asks you to click in a External Link because an unauthorized device does not recognize access to the online checking account of the Bank of San Marino. Numerous calls are coming to the institute in these hours, which confirms the total strangeness to the facts. BSM invites you not to click on the message link and, in case someone has provided sensitive data, asks you to reset your password from the home banking site. The bank branches remain available for any clarification. A second message from gods also circulates in the territory fake couriers which invite, even in this case, to click on links to resume the shipment of a package. Also in this case the indication remains that of do not enter the requested site and do not provide personal information.
Other scammers try instead to have sensitive data communicated with phone calls, posing as agents of the anti-fraud nucleus and trying to establish a relationship of trust, presenting himself with San Marino names. A complaint was submitted today to the Serravalle Brigade of the Gendarmerie by an inhabitant of the castle.
On the cases intervenes the Internal Affairs Secretariat. “Anyone who receives calls or sms of this type – he writes in a note – it is very important that does not answer personal or related questions their family members, do not provide information on their money, do not leave their home and end the phone call, if possible record the conversation. avoid click on the links received for sms from unknown numbers“. The Secretariat reminds that the police forces, San Marino or Italian, cannot in any case ask for sensitive data, sums of money or financial support. To report fraud in the territory, the indication remains dI called the Joint Operations Center (0549 888888 or 112 and 113), specifying – concluding the note – “conversation time of the phone call, telephone number of the caller (if not), male or female voice) and of the conversation”.