Phishing and Online banking fraud

M2U Fraud

Everybody now go for online banking. It is very convenience and very fast. You can perform your banking transactions at everywhere and at any time you like. It is very safe and secured to perform banking at your fingertips. You do not bother to go to the bank to perform banking transactions instead of online banking. But you must be very careful of online fraud and phishing. It is very ram perm that you heard money has been transferred out from the account without knowledge of the account holder. How such things can be happened? Even though the security features has been emplaced for each and every one of the account holder. Since this is a current issue that online user quit lacking with information technology knowledge and they can easily become a victim of the fraudster. I come forward on this issue as my concern to curb them from being a fraud victim.  I am also the online banking user for quit long since Maybank launched M2U in year 2000 and I am very confidence to perform transactions with no big deal and worried about the security features for M2u. As staff of Maybank, I would like to share some important message to all online banking users of the important reminder for “not be a victim”. Beware of fraudulent telephones calls, emails or SMS requesting personal banking information. Some advice, users are reminded not to disclose their personal identification number (PIN) and passwords to third parties under any circumstance. Always click on the correct URL, Maybank URL is (source Maybank).  Bank Negara Malaysia and commercial banks will NEVER request for personal banking information or confirmation of credit card transactions through telephone calls, emails or SMS, (source BNM). Always contact the nearest Maybank branches around you, if you encounter such reminder of any uncommon SMS and email pertaining to your account.


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