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Kuwait Banking Association warns on suspicious e-mails, SMS or phone calls

KUWAIT CITY, July 15: Kuwait Banking Association has warned consumers about suspicious e-mails, SMS or phone calls requesting for customer account number, user name or password.

KBA, in cooperation with Visa Company, posted on its Instagram account that about 35 percent of consumers in Kuwait believe they were the target of fraud through the Internet; noting this could happen to the best people, but it can be prevented by ignoring suspicious messages.

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