ATM fraud | The Daily Star
  • Banking services vulnerable to fraud

    In spite of Tk 25 lakh being stolen using around 40 cloned cards in February last year, identity theft by miscreants, exploiting weaknesses in credit and debit card security systems, ATMs, point-of-sales (POS) and banks, is continuing alarmingly in the country.

  • Chinese man held with ATM cards

    A Chinese national was detained yesterday at an ATM booth in the capital's Kataban on suspicion of his involvement in a card scam.

  • Probe finds more ATM fraud cases

    Fraudsters might actually have stolen over Tk 1 crore -- four times the amount initially thought -- from ATM booths of several banks using cloned cards last month, the central bank and investigators say.

  • DMP's unexplained curiosity

    It seems these days in Bangladesh we are either forced or almost obliged to give personal, sometimes very private, information to some national bodies

  • Another ATM fraud

    Criminals are now using international credit cards issued by foreign banks to steal money.

  • Foreigners under scanner after ATM scam

    Foreigners living in Bangladesh are now under the scanner following the arrest of a German citizen in connection with the recent ATM scam, says home minister.

  • Cops claim find of crime network in ATM scam

    Police said to have sniffed out a crime network of hotels, travel agencies, bank officials and businessmen involved in the recent ATM scam.

  • 'More money stolen at point-of-sale'

    Foreign fraudsters in collaboration with local bankers and merchants are believed to have committed more card frauds on point-of-sale (POS) terminals than what they had done with ATMs, experts and investigators said.

  • Foreigner, 3 bankers held

    A German national and three officials of the card division of City Bank have been arrested in connection with stealing money from card holders by copying card data from ATM booths.

  • EBL reimburses affected users of ATM fraud

    Eastern Bank Limited hands over reimbursement to affected victims of the recent ATM card fraudulence incident that spread concerns among the public.

  • 4 foreigners under scanner

    While the law enforcers are busy identifying the culprits involved in the recent ATM frauds, the central bank is doing everything possible to protect customers and bring back confidence in the automated transactions.

  • EBL to compensate ATM fraud victims

    Eastern Bank Limited (EBL) will provide compensation to its clients on Thursday whose money was withdrawn from ATM booths across the city by using fake cards.

  • 9 tips to avoid ATM fraud

    With the latest rise in financial crimes where thieves set up skimming devices to steal your money, the need to be aware of such crimes is more urgent.

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