NEWS: SCAM ALERT UPDATE.
DATE: 01 November 2019
We live in an era where scams and fraudulent activity are commonplace and nobody is immune from being on the receiving end of them. Lately, our own name has been used by fraudsters, in an attempt to scam our clients out of their money. We urge you to be vigilant and to question anything and everything that hits your inbox (not just from addresses that appear to be our own, but also from other business entities) stating that banking details have been changed, or that personal details need to be updated, urgent payments made, attachments opened, passwords reset etc.
Fraudsters are getting trickier and trickier these days, because honestly, what better way to scam someone out of money than to masquerade as a company that you know you can trust to uphold safety and security at all times?
To counter current fraudster trends, if you receive any communication of this nature (be it emails or letters, even those that come with what appear to be official corroborating documents), please forward it onto us at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify its validity or call us on our In Case Of Anything Number (086 162 7732). But whatever you do, please do NOT transfer funds, or even open attachments, as you may be downloading viruses.
For clarities sake, our banking details remain the same.
We thank you for your time, co-operation and diligence. Stay safe in all things. We’ve got your back.