Don't fall for a scam or phishing

Posted : 25 July 2017

Fraudsters are increasingly sophisticated in how they scam people – through email, social media, on the phone and in person. They often pose as trustworthy people, such as a bank or even your friends, to gain access to information.

If you fall for a scam or phishing attack, you could put customers’ information and Bupa’s reputation at risk. This doesn’t only happen at work, so be on the look out for scammers at home too or you could find that your confidential information is stolen.




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