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Friday, August 12, 2022

Paym issue warning to customers about fake messages

Paym is a service which allows the user to pay individuals using their banking app and mobile phone number, but has issued a warning over fake messages being distributed.

Fifteen banks and building societies offer the Paym service including Danske and Ulster Bank.

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The firm have said;

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“It has been brought to our attention that over the last few days some fake messages have been sent out impersonating Paym and asking customers to follow a link to receive money.

“This is not legitimate; a genuine Paym message won’t ask you to register to collect funds already sent.

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“Copies of genuine Paym text messages can be found at https://paym.co.uk/received-a-text/.

“If you think you may have fallen for an online scam, you should contact your bank using the phone number on the back of your debit card, or printed on a bank statement.”

Additional advice about how to avoid being a victim of online banking scams can be found at

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