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Please read this important information to help protect your online banking access and accounts.
The bank has implemented various controls to help protect you, our customers, against fraud. However, there is a fraud attempt circulating now that we need to make you aware of.
In this fraud attempt, the fraudster sends a large number of people a text message, pretending to be the bank. Some of these people are bank customers, and some are not. For those that are customers, the text appears to be legitimate, and it asks the recipient to verify a transaction.
The user is prompted to click on a link in the message because they do not recognize the transaction. The site the link goes to does look like the Bank’s Digital Banking site but it is a fraudulent site, it then asks for your username and password. Because this is a fraudulent site, if your username and password are entered, the fraudster then gains access to your account. This allows the fraudster access to your accounts and the potential to transfer money to themselves.
Unfortunately, we cannot stop these text messages because they are sent directly to you. Therefore, it is important for you to be cybersmart.
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