The CNSS warns of the risks of fraud awaiting its policyholders


The National Social Security Fund (CNSS) warned on Wednesday against risks of fraud following the publication on social networks of a press release and an audio recording by individuals claiming to represent this institution.

The CNSS explained that “a press release attributed to the National Social Security Fund circulated on social networks this week, as well as an audio recording of unknown individuals claiming to represent the institution and the AMO TADAMON regime”.

In its warning, the CNSS warns that it “will pursue any person involved in this matter and will take all necessary legal measures against them”.

“In order to protect its policyholders, the Fund warns them against the risk of providing personal data and information such as the national identity card, banking information and the code of the Ma CNSS application to third parties unreliable,” warning that this data “could be used for fraudulent and malicious purposes.”

In addition, the CNSS has made a number available to request information on this subject: 39 39.

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