Fraud & Security
Financial Fraud can take many forms, including phishing, cybercrime, and insider trading. Phishing is when criminals create fake websites or emails to trick people into giving them sensitive information. Spear phishing is similar to phishing, but it uses text messages or phone calls instead. Stay alert and protect your personal and financial information.
If you suspect a financial fraud attempt, report it immediately.
Stay informed about common scams and tactics
Keep personal information confidential at all times
Do NOT share Password, CVV/CVC, Card No, Exp Date, PIN, OTP, TPIN and Card Name
Change passwords and PINs frequently & use strong passwords
Monitor your bank and credit card statements regularly and report any suspicious activity
Use antivirus software & firewalls. Avoid suspicious emails or links from unknown sources
General Security Tips
Ensure your computer has up-to-date anti-virus software / internet security software to detect and ...Learn More
Don't share your passwords, PINs or OTP with anyone over the phone, in texts, by email, or ...Learn More
Internet Banking Security
Always visit the SIB Internet Banking site through SIB website by typing the bank's website ...Learn More
Phishing Security Tips
Never respond to emails that request personal or financial information. Never give out ...Learn More