The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has expressed worry at the increasing rate at which some sections of the public have fallen victim to fraudulent banking transactions.
EOCO in a statement said some persons have taken advantage of the call on customers by their banks to link their accounts to their Ghana cards to defraud them.
EOCO in its statement said fraudulent messages are sent to individuals requesting them to click on links to update their bank records.
It further said the fraudsters even call some of their victims to request their details including bank account numbers, mobile numbers, Mobile App Pin, and One Time Password.
The crime office has since advised the public not to click on any link purporting to have been sent by their banks and to report any suspicious SMS they received on such issues to their banks.
Meanwhile, EOCO says it is monitoring the issue and will put in measures to protect the public.