6 ตอบกลับ การตอบล่าสุดเกี่ยวกับ 3 ก.ค. 2010, 10:52 น. โดย deuan_nakhon

    Warning: Please do not disclose your password (OTP) to anyone

    knowledge_master
      AIS would like to inform you of recent activities where fraudsters, pretending to be AIS representative or simply coming as your friend, asking for your one-time-password (OTP) to access your eService account. They can ask for your password via various channels such as by phone or by MSN, etc. Once logged on to your account on GSM advance or One-2-Call! eService, the fraudster then perform unlawful transaction such as transferring your remaining balance to other numbers.   We wish to remind you once again that AIS does not have a policy of asking for your password in any cases. For your security, please keep your password confidential and do not disclose it to anyone.   Thank you for trusting AIS to be “with you, always.”