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SABRIC is a non-profit company formed by South African banks to support the banking industry in the combating of crime. SABRIC’s clients are South African banks and major CIT companies. Its principle business is to detect, prevent and reduce organised crime in the banking industry through effective public private partnerships. SABRIC co-ordinates inter-bank activities aimed at addressing organised bank related financial and violent crime and acts as a nodal point between the banking industry and others, in respect of issues relating to crime. The creation of public awareness of various bank related crimes and educating the public on how to protect themselves is one of SABRIC’s key focus areas.

For more on SABRIC visit sabric.co.za 

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20 June 2017: There are thousands of online dating sites that provide the service of matching potential partners based on specific requirements. Unfortunately there are predators that prowl legitimate dating sites for victims to scam. CEO of the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), Kalyani Pillay, talks to the team about online dating scams.

 

27 June 2017: The CEO of the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), Kalyani Pillay, takes the team deeper into the world of romance scams and how to take precautions.

 

8 August 2017: How safe is free wifi? What makes a good password, and how paranoid must we really be? CEO of the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), Kalyani Pillay, talks to the team about how to stay safe in the digital world with banking, social media and more.

 

22 August 2017: With so many banking email scams out there, how can you be sure who is actually contacting you? CEO of the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), Kalyani Pillay, tells us how to avoid being caught out.

 

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14 November 2017: Keep your money safe this festive season! The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) – on behalf of the banking industry – is cautioning the public about bank crimes that could be prevalent this festive season. SABRIC CEO, Kalyani Pillay, speaks to the team about online shopping scams.

 

 

21 November 2017: Keep your money safe this festive season! The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) – on behalf of the banking industry – is cautioning the public about bank crimes that could be prevalent this festive season. SABRIC CEO, Kalyani Pillay, speaks to the team about lost and stolen bank cards.

 

 

5 December 2017: The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), on behalf of the banking industry, is cautioning the public about bank crimes that could be prevalent this Festive Season. SABRIC CEO Kalyani Pillay is the special guest in studio, discussing card jamming at ATMs and deposit scams.

 

 


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