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Using almost imperceptible amounts, clever crooks are robbing unwary account holders of hundreds of rand RATHER than storing our cash under the bed for safekeeping, many of us entrust banks to keep our money, in the hope that it will be safer and might even earn us interest. JOBURG residents have been warned about scammers doing the rounds in the suburbs impersonating city officials and using fake cut-off notices to extract money from them. British Airways / Emirates / Virgin Atlantic is giving away free flights for a year. All you have to do is share the photo, like the Facebook page and comment to win.The scammers threaten to cut off water and electricity if cash is not paid. It seems to be off their official Facebook pages, so it mus...ONLINE shoppers should be extra vigilant with the festive season approaching as credit and debit card fraud-related to internet purchases is on the rise.

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Your PIN is exactly that your personal identity number; so keep it to yourself CREDIT card fraud is rife, which is why banks have been warning their clients to be vigilant during every transaction, whether at the fuel station, the ATM or a restaurant. JOBURG police are urging residents to be vigilant when handling money as they could fall victim to a counterfeit syndicate which distributes fake notes.

Street vendors and small business owners are particularly at risk.

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Gauteng police have cautioned motorists about a new hijacking trick and said they should avoid driving over any oranges in roads.

This after a photograph of oranges stuffed with nails was circulating on social media as a warning to all motorists of a new crime trend used by hijackers. JUSTICE Project SA is challenging the Road Traffic Management Corporations threat to arrest people for certain traffic violations this festive season.JPSA chairman Howard Dembovsky said Makhosini Msibi, chief executive of the RTMC, had threatened to have people arrested for traffic offences fo...THE SOUTH African Bank Risk Information Centre (Sabric) has warned bank customers to pay more attention to their mobile security.With the increase in cybercrime, the organisation has warned that customers are increasingly at risk of falling prey to criminal activities. Illegal deductions from Social Security Agency grant beneficiaries are rife; for now, pensioners should keep a close eye on their statements THE PARLIAMENTARY shenanigans of recent times have certainly been entertaining to watch on television, but they detract from the actual work that sho...Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini set up a task team to investigate the problem in response to Black Sashs campaign, which recommended that Sassa design and implement a system to stop unlawful and immoral debit deductions and to make sure the money is refunded to beneficiaries. A NEW email scam involving the City of Joburg has emerged whereby suppliers are being conned into supplying goods to scammers.Spokesman Kgamanyane Maphologela said the city was made aware of the scam by some suppliers who were recently scammed into supplying goods and services to fraudsters pos...