BRI Customer Funds Lost 36 Million Rupiah. Customers are advised not to install illegal applications

BRI Customer Funds Lost 36 Million Rupiah. Customers are advised not to install illegal applications

BRI Customer Funds Lost 36 Million Rupiah. Customers are advised not to install illegal applications. BRI spoke out regarding reports in the media about a household assistant’s money amounting to 36 million rupiah in a BRI Bank savings account suddenly disappearing.

Asri Mufti Aziz, head of the BRI Gatot Subroto Denpasar branch, said that BRI had carried out an investigation into the loss of BRI customer funds which was caused by social engineering banking crime. BRI takes responsibility for this incident. However, the bank will only provide compensation for losses to customers if the negligence is caused by BRI’s banking system.

We urge customers to be more careful and not to download or install or access on behalf of BRI Bank, including asking for access to personal data or banking data such as account numbers, PIN card numbers, user passwords via link channels or websites with sources whose veracity cannot be accounted for. In this case, BRI Bank conveyed several things as follows, firstly, BRI has carried out an investigation into the complaint concerned and BRI deeply regrets this incident where the person concerned was a victim of a crime of online fraud or social engineering with the increasingly diverse modes of digital fraud.

BRI also appealed to so that customers do not carelessly install applications that are unofficial and cannot be accounted for. The increasing variety of digital fraud modes. BRI also urges customers not to carelessly install applications from unofficial and irresponsible sources because there is a potential for data or information to be stolen by hackers and digital fraud.