Advance Fee Fraud

Do not accept suspicious transfers to your bank account

In advance fee frauds, criminals will seek your permission to transfer funds to your account from an apparent wealthy benefactor. You may be approached through a letter, fax, email or telephone call from someone claiming to be a senior bank official. Victims are repeatedly urged to part with sums of money in order to facilitate the transfer process and, as the fraud progresses, a considerable amount of money is lost. The promised transfer, of course, never happens.


  • Always be wary of unsolicited emails offering large sums of money
  • Inform suspicious activities to our Contact Centre on 600 52 2229


  • Give out your bank card number, PIN or account information through unsolicited emails
  • Transfer money as instructed in these emails
  • Respond to suspicious emails

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