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    Lightbulb Win an iPad 3 with MyBroadband and FNB

    We partnered with FNB to give you a chance to win an Apple iPad 3.

    To enter this competition, simply click on the link below and post what you learned from one of the posts on the promotional website (easy, just quote a part of one of the articles ).

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    The competition will close on Friday 30 March.

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    Once activated, a Cheque or Credit Card is protected and cannot be used for online purchases without the customer’s One Time PIN or Password.

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    If you suspect fraud on your account cancel your card immediately and report it to the Card Cancellations Department on FNB’s toll free number 0800 110 132 or call the number on the back of your card.
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    Best advice is NEVER to accept help from anyone at an ATM, speak to anyone or allow them to come close to you or take your card from your hand for a second. Always use one hand to cover the other hand while keying in the PIN number on the keypad. Protect your card and PIN number at all times.
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    If someone tried to get your attention at an ATM, first complete your transaction or cancel your transaction before you talk to them.
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    To prevent ‘shoulder surfing’ (where a fraudster tries to look at you entering your PIN), always cover your hand when entering your PIN number at the ATM or at a Point of Sale .Stand close to the ATM and use your body as a shield to make sure nobody sees you keying in your PIN.

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    Register for FNB’s free inContact service or your bank’s transaction notification service.
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    Fraudsters walk from ATM to ATM with hand-held skimming devices, that are not always visible. They sometimes pose as bank officials or security guards in order to distract customers transacting at ATMs or to offer assistance and make small-talk.

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    Fraudsters walk from ATM to ATM with hand-held skimming devices, that are not always visible.* They sometimes pose as bank officials or security guards in order to distract customers transacting at ATMs or to offer assistance and make small-talk. By doing this, they get hold of the customer’s card for a second and swipe it [...]
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    Try to avoid using an ATM late at night and preferably use ATMs located inside supermarkets or forecourts when possible.
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    Never leave your wallet or handbag unattended as your card details can quickly and easily be copied (skimmed) and returned without you knowing it.

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    Never allow a bystander to dial the toll-free number on your behalf – they could be tricking you into thinking your card has been stopped.

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    Never knew i should be doing this (especially regarding the voucher slip):

    Always destroy your voucher slips or bank statements by shredding or tearing them up before discarding them

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    Always keep record of your card and account number, ID number and the toll-free number to call should your card be lost or stolen.

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    "They obtain the PIN number while assisting the customer and by shoulder surfing." - Be alert when using your card and don't let strangers help you.

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