Rotorua woman ‘angry and violated’ after scammer hacks bank account – NZ Herald

A Rotorua woman says she wants to warn others after her bank account was hacked by a “lowlife” who made several online shopping purchases over the long weekend.

Lyn Maner said she felt “angry

“Our advice is to immediately notify your bank of these charges. If they have been added to a credit card you can apply to your bank for a chargeback.”

“In our experience, these charges are likely to be the result of having shared your credit card information with a scammer who has then used them to register your details with paid services online.”