A video grab shows the rap song.
A song about bank fraud has gone viral on social media. The music video, created by Dubai Police in collaboration with Emirates NBD, has a catchy rap tune that sums up the conversation between a banker and its client who was duped online.
The song was shared over the weekend, is based on Shaggy's “'It Wasn't Me'
The Dubai Police said, “All the things a bank won’t ask, but a fraudster will! Our latest film “It Wasn’t Me”, in collaboration with @emiratesnbd_ae, gives you the do’s and don’ts of keeping your identity and account secure at all times…”
The song has over 24,994 views on Instagram.
The public service campaign is part of the bank’s ongoing initiatives to remind customers that the bank would never ask for personal details such as online or mobile banking credentials and password, card PIN or the three-digit CVV number on the back of the card and to remain vigilant about fraudulent emails, links, websites or calls to protect themselves against potential fraud.
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