Fraudsters who offer “help” from international organizations have become more active in social networks


The Ministry of Reintegration warns Ukrainians about this.

In social networks and Telegram channels, fraudsters who allegedly offer assistance to internally displaced persons from international organizations have become active again.

About this reported in Ministry of Reintegration.

Fraudsters create phishing sites, which in terms of interface resemble sites for registration of social benefits, in particular, eSupport, aid from the EU, various programs of charitable funds.

“Once again, we remind you that all information about receiving aid from international donors is published exclusively on the official websites of state bodies and international organizations. On the official resource, they can request personal data and a bank account number. But an international donor will never ask for bank card details. Therefore, in no case do not provide the bank card number, CVV code and PIN code for your card,” the Ministry of Reintegration warns.

The Ministry of Reintegration urges you to report cases of fraudulent activities to the National Police by calling 102.

Also, the capital’s law enforcement officers recently exposed a swindler who embezzled millions of hryvnias from missing and captured fighters.

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