This is the seventh video that Ben Camille and ĠEMMA produced together. In this video Ben Camille discusses his experience with scams and frauds and discusses measures that we all should follow to protect ourselves from being scammed.
Amongst the matters which Ben Camille brings up is how to make sure you are not communicating with a fake profile on Facebook, that no legitimate business will ask you for your financial details on line or over the phone, that you should protect your computers, tablets, smart phones and other devices from viruses, which will result in you being hacked.
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If you believe that you have uncovered a scam or you were the target victim of one, ĠEMMA advises you to report this. Do not let the scammer get away with it. Remember that there are vulnerable people who may not have the knowledge you have and may be at a high risk of being scammed unless the scam is stopped or made known.
Contact the Malta Police Force’s Cyber Crime Unit as follows:
Telephone: +356 2294 2231/2.
In person: Call or visit any Police District station and lodge a report. The District Police Officer will request the assistance of a member from the Cyber Crime Unit as required