Fri. Jul 19th, 2024
Fraud Alert Only Receive Messages From 8171 For BISP Payment

BISP Payment

BISP Payment The current worry from BISP officials is the widespread fraud occurring under the guise of the Ehsaas Program. The payment procedure in various regions of Pakistan has begun if you are one of the beneficiaries of the 8171 Ehsaas Program and have completed your registration. This has prompted many scammers to deceive innocent people by sending phony messages and making phone calls claiming to have received payments from the Ehsaas Program.

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Dr Sania Nishtar Guide People On How To Spot Fake Messages | Latest Update

Dr. Sania Nishtar, a renowned social worker and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Social Safety and Poverty Alleviation, warns people about fraudulent schemes and misleading messages that target the needy in our nation under the guise of BISP Payments.

She clarifies further by stating that only communications from 8171 will be sent to you; if you receive a call or message from a number other than 8171, it is fraudulent. The BISP official staff will only send you messages from 8171.

How to Identify If Messages Are Really from Ehsaas Programme or Scams

BISP Payment Since reputable organisations, like the Ehsaas Programme, are frequently the target of scams, you should be on the lookout for unusual activity and take extra precautions to protect yourself.

The following crucial methods will assist you in determining whether you are receiving messages from the BISP Official Site:

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Messages from 8171

BISP Payment Since all other contacts offering information about the Ehsaas Programme are false and invalid, this is one of the most important ways to determine that the message you are receiving, if it is from 8171, must be legitimate.

Another indicator that you are receiving messages from the official 8171 number is the lack of unsolicited emails from Ehsaas asking personal information or threatening to restrict payments.

Heads up, BISP beneficiaries! Stay vigilant, because scam artists are lurking. Remember, every official BISP payment message will arrive straight from your trusted source, 8171. Don’t get fooled by imposters using different numbers – their sweet talk is just bait for your hard-earned cash. Be smart, be safe, and stick to 8171 as your BISP payment messenger. Let’s keep our wallets safe and smiles authentic!

Content of message:

There are no similar items in the messages you received from the 8171:

  • A feeling of immediacy compels you to take immediate action. They might threaten to revoke your benefits if you don’t respond.
  • message with a poor structure.
  • Never provide personal information, such as your CNIC number, bank account information, or one-time passwords, over untrusted channels.
  • Don’t include any broken links or attachments in the formal correspondence.

Important Information

While giving her speech, Dr. Sania Nishtar looked at a message on one of the recipients’ cell phones and declared, “This message you have received is absolutely fake.” She then told the recipient that a Rs33,500 grant had been approved and that they needed to get in touch with the designated cell phone number to claim it.

What Should I Do If I Get Scam Calls And Do Not Receive Messages From 8171? 

Dr. Sania Nishtar also advised the public to file a complaint against phoney numbers and not to disregard any messages they received from fraudulent IDs and numbers.

Where can you report the con artists that are sending you fictitious communications regarding your 8171 Status?
It is evident that beneficiaries enrolled in the 8171 Programme by means of their CNIC anticipate receiving correspondence and calls from Ehsaas Official Support. However, because scammers and fraudsters are so common, people frequently fall victim to their tricks, thus it’s crucial to double-check the message you receive from the 8171 Web Portal.

You can make a complaint against that malicious scammer who is threatening you to the following numbers Via SMS:

  • 03351058050 
  • 03351058051.


Ultimately, it’s important to exercise caution and watch out for false information on the Ehsaas Programme. Always keep in mind that you should only respond to messages from 8171, and be wary of any correspondence that asks for personal information or makes threats of taking urgent action.

By Iqra Iqbal

My Name is Iqra Iqbal. I am a dedicated professional who manages the BISP Payment Distribution and Registration Desk at the BISP office. With a focus on providing accurate and timely information, I play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth operation of payment distribution and registration processes. Her role requires meticulous attention to detail and a deep understanding of the BISP program, which provides financial assistance to deserving individuals and families. Through her work, I contribute to the welfare and well-being of those in need, positively impacting their lives. Her commitment to her role reflects her passion for helping others and her dedication to making a difference in the community."