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Malicious calls to COSMOTE subscribers. Great attention!

COSMOTE: Unknown, pretending to be OTE employees, make calls to COSMOTE customers, and on the pretext of carrying out an audit at router or the e-mail they ask personal data (e.g., VAT) and passwords.

We advise subscribers to be very careful.

Cosmote Being aware of the issue recommends the attention of its customers and stresses that in any case, does not ask, in telephone communication with its customers, for their personal passwords systems or services.

If you believe that you have been the victim of a deception, please contact your customer service directly at 13888.


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