Sterling Bank wary of fraudsters


Sterling Bank

from AUGUSTINE OSAYANDE in Abuja, Nigeria
ABUJA – NIGERIA’S Sterling Bank has alerted customers on the emergence of fraudulent schemes out to swindle them of their money.

“Our attention has been drawn to a scam email circulated by hackers instructing individuals to click on a link to view their transactions on platforms like quickteller, Internet Banking and other platforms that might require your card information and account details,” the bank stated.

The bank also informed their customers that the electronic mail did not emanate from the company.

“Kindly be informed that this email did not emanate from Sterling Bank”.

It advice customers not to open the link of suspicious email and should forward such mail to friends.

“If you receive a suspicious email or you are unsure of the authenticity of any email, do not open or click on the e-mail link.

“Kindly delete the scam e-mail immediately and do not forward this mail to friends on your list as this will only assist the fraudsters to reaching more people,” it told customers

The bank assured customers of its commitment to keeping their online information secured.

“Please be assured of our commitment to keeping your online information secured and do not disclose your banking activities to any persons.”

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