Digital Fraud In Pakistan & India | E-Commerce Fraud| Fake Calls From Official Number

In this blog, I will share information about how scammers scam us, and how they call us from official Bank numbers. Secure yourself from these types of fraud. We will discuss E-Commerece Fraud in this blog.

Nowadays many people face digital fraud.

Fake Calls are coming by random numbers and official numbers, they say many sentences like you won some amount in the program, the Company wants to verify your Bank account, Your account is blocked we want to verify, we want your data your credit card details, we have sent OTP tell me your OTP number, these are all frauds.

In this blog, we know the knowledge about how scammers use us and what is precautions.


  • Spoof calling involves manipulating caller ID information with the intent to deceive or defraud individuals, which is a criminal offense in many jurisdictions.
  • Suddenly call is coming from official numbers on your mobile like from the bank, police stations, or relatives, you think that it is a trusted person official person but it can be a scammer.
  • Scammers can call you from a landline number, mobile number, and any official number.
  • Scammers can take your original data and then fraud with you.
  • Never tell your OTP number which is sent to your mobile number.
  • Never share your bank details with callers.
  • Their calls are more like real calls.
  • Scammers call through spoofing caller ID.

eCommerce SCAM:

You see many eCommerce websites like Facebook groups, and Facebook pages where many good things and products are sold on budget and offers.

There are many ads shown in many applications, and you click and buy products, Thats mean you share your data with them, and your money is wasted on bad products.

Do not trust ads or any spoofing offers they can be a fraud.

E-commerce fraud refers to the use of fraudulent or illegal activities to carry out financial transactions in online marketplaces or e-commerce platforms. These activities can involve the use of stolen credit card information, identity theft, fake accounts, or other means to deceive or defraud legitimate merchants and customers.

E-commerce fraud can take many forms, including:

  1. Card-not-present (CNP) fraud: This type of fraud occurs when a fraudster uses stolen credit card information to make purchases online, without the physical presence of the card.
  2. Identity theft: This occurs when a fraudster steals personal information such as name, address, social security number, or date of birth, and uses it to create fraudulent accounts or make unauthorized purchases.
  3. Chargebacks: A chargeback occurs when a customer disputes a legitimate transaction, typically claiming that they did not receive the product or service they paid for. However, in some cases, this can be used as a fraudulent tactic to obtain a refund for a product that they did receive.
  4. Phishing scams: These involve the use of fraudulent emails or websites that mimic legitimate companies, with the intent to steal login credentials or personal information.

To prevent e-commerce fraud, online merchants and customers can take several measures such as using strong passwords, enabling two-factor authentication, monitoring transactions regularly, and using secure payment methods. It's also important to be cautious when sharing personal information or clicking on links in emails or messages, especially if they are unsolicited or suspicious.



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