Šiaulių bankas informs that in recent days a massive spread of fake letters has been reported allegedly wrong attempts to connect to the Internet bank and a blocked account. In fake letters, residents are urgently requested to join their e-mail. bank account and submit your debit card details. Provides a login link to a website that simulates a banking activity.
In addition, residents receive residents from people who pretend to be UN representatives and report alleged blocked bank accounts.
Unclear individuals reveal personal information and access to e-mail. Bank data risks citizens losing money.
If you suspect that you have submitted your information to fraud that simulates banking, you should contact Šiaulių bankas immediately. Also inform the bank and the police about trying to get bank login information.
Šiaulių bankas has reported the incident and cooperates with the National Cybersecurity Center (NKSC) under the Ministry of Defense.
Clients are encouraged not to trust suspicious emails. letters and conversations and advice on staying in scumbags.
Recommendations by email bank users for fake bank simulations:
Please note that the bank does not send the customer's e-mail messages about incorrect attempts to connect to an Internet bank account, account or account interruption.
Bank employees never call customers on their own to find out personal information or access to the internet bank.
Frequent scammers issue letters with grammatical or stylistic errors;
Always connect to the Internet bank via the bank's website. Do not click on any links in emails that can lead you to a fraudulent site or infect your computer with a virus program.
In order to access login data or to give away money, fraudsters are often portrayed by representatives of state institutions or law enforcement officials. Representatives of no government are entitled to receive bank details by e-mail. by mail or telephone;
Do not trust suspicious short messages (SMS), do not click on the links in the messages.
About incoming suspicious emails Email or other cyber events can always be reported to the National Cybersecurity Center (NSCC).