The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has warned of fraudulent messages that take on the role of the central bank, and call to connect and share bank data so that the account is not suspended.

And called "the organization of communications" in a warning addressed through its pages on social networking sites from subscribers in case of doubt, to communicate with banks and banks through their official numbers.

The authority confirmed that it likes banks customers to remember that the bank will not ask them for their card details or passwords.

Among the forms of circulating messages that were warned by "organizing communications" are messages bearing the name and logo of the Central Bank claiming that the customer's bank account, ATM, debit and credit cards will be closed or frozen for security reasons and calls to communicate with a specific number to verify details before closing.