INVESTEC FRAUD & SCAM WARNINGS
ShellShock / Bash vulnerabilityYou may be aware of media reports regarding a security bug called ShellShock or Bash which allows criminals to attack and compromise vulnerable systems.
Investec takes the protection of your information and our banking services seriously. We reassure you that none of our online systems are affected by this vulnerability and that we continually monitor the security of our sites and take ongoing action to protect them.
If you have any queries, please contact your Private Banker or email AskSecurity@Investec.co.za
FIRST NATIONAL BANK (FNB) FRAUD & SCAMS WARNINGS
A scam is a term used to describe any fraudulent business or scheme attempting to take money or other goods from an unsuspecting individual. With the world becoming more connected thanks to the internet, online scams have increased. It's often up to you to stay informed and cautious when dealing with other individuals on the internet.
NEDBANK FRAUD & SCAM WARNINGS
Nedbank will never ask you to access internet banking through a link in an email.
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Nedbank will never ask for your mobile number when you access internet banking.
CAPITEC FRAUD & SCAM WARNINGS
Remember that you can call CAPITEC any time of the day or night on 0860 10 20 43 if you have any questions or concerns.
You can also visit your nearest branch if you want to chat about any of CAPITEC services.
STANDARD BANK FRAUD & SCAM WARNINGS
Welcome to the Standard Bank’s Security and Safety Centre. Your security and the privacy of your personal information are our priority. Our most important asset is your trust. That is why we want to guide you to practice safe Internet and ATM transactions and not fall victim to fraud, scams, phishing and theft.
Internet Banking security is regularly reviewed with the intention to keep ahead of new attack trends and ensure that our systems remain protected.
Bank Scams Warnings