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M'sian Girl Suspects Card Details Stolen After Getting Charged RM2,000 for Suspicious Transaction - WORLD OF BUZZ 3
Source: The Star


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Always remember to check your bank account or statements periodically so that you can detect any suspicious transactions immediately! Recently, a Malaysian girl shared on Facebook how she was shocked to discover that there was a mysterious charge in her bank account amounting to almost RM2,000.

M'sian Girl Suspects Card Details Stolen After Getting Charged RM2,000 for Suspicious Transaction - WORLD OF BUZZ

Source: Facebook

On December 6, she had checked her transactions and suddenly, she saw that she was charged for accommodations in a Singapore hotel.

“I was really puzzled by the transaction as my debit card is always by my side and I had never lost it before. In addition, I did not receive any messages from the bank for any TAC so how come the transaction went  through? I called the hotel and they confirmed that the booking was made.”

M'sian Girl Suspects Card Details Stolen After Getting Charged RM2,000 for Suspicious Transaction - WORLD OF BUZZ 1

Source: The Star

“I asked them for a refund and they said that they would need to check on this case first. It is very likely that my card information was stolen and when I went to the police station to make a report, the police told me that someone had just reported a similar case. I will be reporting it to the bank and hopefully I can get my money back!”

The girl said that she suspected her details may have been stolen when she had used her debit card for payment previously. She warns other people to use cash as often as possible or be more alert when using their cards to pay.

Her post went viral while some netizens also shared similar experiences on the status. One of them said that she discovered a suspicious transaction of over S$3,000 (RM9,070) in her statement for an online shopping website. Luckily, she managed to get back her money after reporting the case to the bank and police station.

There are so many unscrupulous people nowadays, we should always be alert and vigilant!

 

Also read: Woman Almost Conned by Scammers Pretending to Call From Telekom Malaysia

M'sian Woman Almost Conned by Scammers Pretending to Call from Telekom Malaysia - WORLD OF BUZZ


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