TSTT wishes to advise that they are not conducting an online customer reward programme which involves completing a survey to win a mobile device. We are also not affiliated with any promotion that selects winners based on their IP addresses.
They are today urging all customers to beware of fraudsters who may be operating a phishing scam to access confidential personal information.
TSTT said in a media release that they are not associated with any such entity.
If you come across one of these unauthorized messages bearing the TSTT logo, please ignore the prompt to complete the survey and close your browser immediately.
Refresh your cyber-security knowledge:
• BEWARE OF WHAT YOU SHARE
Never carelessly share your personal data. Your name, mobile number, address and
financial information can all be used maliciously if they end up in the wrong hands.
• SAY NO NO
Many online phishing scams appear to come from legitimate companies and can
deceive you if you’re not careful. It’s always a practice good to check a company’s
official communication channels for info about promotions.
• THINK BEFORE YOU LINK
Be careful of suspicious links and attachments in your inbox. These may contain viruses
or malware than can tamper with your mobile phone or computer.
• DOUBLE CHECK
If a website or email address looks ‘phishy’ use a link scanner such as https://scanurl.net/ to verify its safety.