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New Phishing scam

MCB protects you and teaches you how to protect yourself.

Kon pa detektá email sospechoso:

Maduro & Curiel’s Bank resientemente a tuma nota di un email sospechoso “Phishing scam” kaminda ta purba konvensé kliente pa klek riba un lenk pa konfirmá profil di kliente di Online Banking pa protehá kliente di froude.

Tuma nota ku nos Banko NUNKA lo manda pidi informashon konfidensial manera kredensial pa Mobile òf Online Banking, password, kódigo sekreto (PIN) òf otro informashon konfidensial pa medio di un email òf sms. Solamente ora e kliente tuma kontakto ku nos, lo pidi’é algun informashon pa verifiká ku ta e kliente konserní.

Pero asta na e momentunan ei, Banko NUNKA lo pidi pa bo kódigo sekreto òf password. Esakinan ta i mester keda estriktamente personal.

Pa mas informashon kon MCB ta protehábo i kon abo por protehá bo mes, por fabor bishitá:

Client Security

Beware of fraudulent and suspicious email:

Maduro & Curiel’s Bank recently discovered a new phishing scam that attempts to convince clients to click on a link to authenticate their Online Banking profile to protect your account from fraud. The spam message is ultimately a phishing scam that tries to lure our users to a phishing site to obtain banking account login credentials.

This is how to spot this malicious attempt.

Remember, we will never send you an email or text message to ask for confidential information such as your Mobile or Online Banking username, password, your PIN code or any other personal information. Only when you call us about an issue, we will ask you to verify some of your information, for us to validate you as a genuine client. But even then, we will never ask for your password nor PIN code. These are and should stay strictly personal.

To learn more how MCB protects you and how you can protect yourself please visit:

Client Security

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