People are reminded not to disclose their M-PAiSA Account PIN or One-Time-PIN to anyone over the phone, via email or in person, as customers have received messages and phone calls from unknown persons, posing as Vodafone staff asking for their M-PAiSA PIN and OTP.
Vodafone Fiji says a few customers have been contacted via Facebook and Messenger, asking for their M-PAiSA account details to claim financial rewards and all of these are scams intended to defraud customers.
Vodafone reiterates that the PIN must always remain a secret to the account holder.
People are urged to exercise caution and not respond to calls and messages from unknown sources.
Currently, Vodafone is in the phase of trialling its upcoming M-PAiSA Mastercard service with a select group of customers.
Vodafone will send customers a text message on their phone advising that the number has been included in the Mastercard trial.
The M-PAiSA MasterCard can only be registered via the M-PAiSA App, therefore, if somebody calls you or messages you that they will register you for Mastercard and asks for your PIN or OTP, do not disclose your account details.
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