AgriMicro Investment Bank, its staff or agents will never call or send you an email with a link, asking you to update your Internet Banking profile or request your passwords, token etc.
Nobody Knows Your Account Better Than You
You should never share your card details, internet banking credential and token with anyone over the phone, SMS or email. AgriMicro Investment Bank is continuously developing and implementing security enhancements to ensure the integrity of our Online Banking platform. Our goal is to protect your online safety, our customer personal data. Learn more about protecting yourself online, how to spot fraudulent e-mails and Web sites.
If you see an attachment on an ATM that looks suspicious, don’t use the ATM. Notify the institution that owns the machine as soon as possible.
Skimming is a method by which thieves capture the magnetic stripe data from your card and use it to create a new, counterfeit card to process unauthorized transactions.
Pharming occurs when you enter a Web address but are redirected, without your consent or knowledge, to a fraudulent site that looks similar to a legitimate site.
Phishing involves the use of fraudulent email or browser pop-up messages that appear to be from a legitimate source, often using a company name and/or logo.
Spoofed Web sites, like phishing e-mails, are used by fraudsters who use fake website to lure unsuspecting customers into submitting their login credentials.
Fraudulent e-mails are the most common avenue of online scams. A "spoofed" e-mail is one that purports to be from a reputable source in an get your personal information.
You are the first and best layer of defense in combating online fraud. Learning to properly detect and avoid online scams is the ultimate protection against fraud.
Giving away your Internet Banking login, card details, PIN and codes from your token device, gives anyone total access to your account.