New Bolsa Família scam leaves dozens of victims: know how to PROTECT yourself

Thousands of people receive monthly payments from the federal government. However, the new Bolsa Família scam is already claiming victims.

Have you ever imagined the anguish of counting on financial aid and, suddenly, discovering that you have been the victim of a scam? This could ruin everything.

In Serra Talhada, a resident experienced this reality when she realized that R$800.00 destined for her Bolsa Família were subtracted from her Caixa Tem account.

This incident is not an isolated case and serves as an important warning to us all. Therefore, if you are a beneficiary, check out more information.

If you receive payment from the government monthly, it is good to be careful with the Bolsa Família scam. Check out. / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

Understand the Bolsa Família scam

Initially, the Bolsa Família scam occurs when criminals illegally access the beneficiaries’ digital accounts, withdrawing the amounts deposited by the government.

These illicit actions leave vulnerable families even more exposed, compromising an essential resource for their subsistence.

How does the Bolsa Família scam occur?

In short, scammers use sophisticated techniques to gain access to accounts, such as phishing, in which they send false messages to trick beneficiaries into revealing personal information and bank details.

Once with this information, criminals are able to carry out fraudulent transactions, transferring the money to other accounts.

Protect yourself from two coup plotters

To avoid falling for this type of scam, never share your passwords or personal data via phone, email or messages.

Therefore, be wary of any communication that requests confidential information or promises advantages.

Always access your benefits through official channels, such as the Caixa Tem app, and keep your access devices updated and protected with antivirus.

Be aware of the Bolsa Família scam

If you are a Bolsa Família beneficiary, always pay attention to your statements and transactions. At the slightest sign of suspicious activity, immediately notify Caixa Econômica Federal and file a police report.

Prevention and quick action are essential to protect your rights and resources. This case in Serra Talhada is a crucial reminder to all of us about the importance of digital security and constant vigilance.

Don’t allow scammers to take advantage of your trust and need. Protect yourself and your family by staying informed and cautious.

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Rules for signing up

Bolsa Família is an income transfer program aimed at families in situations of poverty and extreme poverty.

To participate, income per person must be up to R$89.00 (extreme poverty) or between R$89.01 and R$178.00 (poverty), as long as they have children or adolescents aged 0 to 17.

The amount received varies depending on income, number of children, adolescents and pregnant women in the family. It is necessary to keep children at school and comply with the vaccination schedule.

How do I sign up for Bolsa Família?

To register with Bolsa Família, it is necessary to register with the Single Registry for Social Programs of the Federal Government.

Go to the nearest Social Assistance Reference Center (CRAS) with documents for all family members, such as ID, CPF, children’s birth certificate, proof of residence and income.

After registration, the data will be analyzed and, if they meet the criteria, the family will be included in the program and will receive a card to withdraw the benefit.

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