Bank of Cyprus calls on its customers not to enter sensitive information and to report suspected fraud.
In today's announcement, the Bank of Cyprus states that in the last 24 hours its customers have been receiving misleading sms, emails as well as messages through popular messaging applications (Apps) on mobile phones and computers, by strangers for the purpose of deception.
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He adds that during the communication, the registration of sensitive information is requested, such as user password and 1bank password, 1-use codes (OTPs), numbers and other card information, in order to gain access to customer accounts for money transfer, and / or use of their cards. .
Bank of Cyprus urges its customers not to respond to the above scams or to disclose or enter sensitive information.
Does the Bank assure customers that they will never be asked for personal information such as 1bank User and Password, 1-User Codes (OTPs) or Confirmation (VC)? numbers and other card information, from its employees via email, sms messages, phone calls or pop-ups or links.
In order to deal with the fraud, Bank of Cyprus invites its customers to forward any suspicious message to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.