26th of April Prepare your self Because the Lord will surely visit you #cmc #teamcalabarrocks #calmc
PASTOR CHRIS SPECIAL SUNDAY SERVICE AT CHRIST EMBASSY RANDBURG : Leaders and members of Christ Embassy Randburg, Johannesburg, South Africa, witnessed the rare teaching of God's word at a special Sunday service with the man of God, Rev. (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome, granting them the right focus and direction in this "Month of Direction". It was a time of intimate fellowship with the Holy Spirit. Loveworld news Correspondent Cassey Kaunda captured these highlights. Get your latest updates from all around the LoveWorld Nation, "LoveWorld 360" with Ipeleng Makgopela has got you covered on that. Tune in to LoveWorldSAT at 13:00 (SA Time) to watch.
ELECTRONIC BANKING SAFTETY TIPS. Helpful tips to ensure safety while banking electronically. ATM Card – We must treat our ATM cards as we treat cash. Since we would not leave our cash lying around, we should not leave our ATM card lying around. We must not share our PIN (personal identity number) with anyone. It is personal to your identity and should only be known by you – the person who owns that identity. If you feel that your PIN has been compromised, change it immediately. ATM – Ask for privacy when using an ATM, politely ask people to step back. Banks have made efforts to help us hide our PINs from exposure, but people standing close can still see how much you are withdrawing, your account balance and your full name. That is too much information that should not be shared because it can be put to unscrupulous uses, therefore, always ask for privacy. POS – Ensure the right amount is keyed in by the shop attendant. Either through negligence or malicious intent some attendants have keyed in wrong, usually higher amounts.Always collect your POS receipt, even for a failed transaction (you may need it if you have to make a claim). Destroy the receipts yourself and dispose properly. Smartphone – Obtain your mobile banking apps only from Google play store or Apple store. Avoid downloading apps from banks’ websites, and certainly not from third-party websites.Do not stay permanently logged in to mobile apps. Do not initiate auto-login nor allow your device to store your login details. Switch off Bluetooth when conducting financial transactions, in fact switch on Bluetooth only when needed. Keep your phone itself locked when not in use, initiate auto-lock feature. Unlock it using both a PIN/ pattern and a biometric ID e.g. fingerprint. #innovate #inspire #ideate Credit: nigeriantribune