Union Bank of Nigeria (UBN) customers have been urged to disregard scam e-mails being circulated requesting them to provide details of their banking services.
Such details include Internet banking username, password, e-mail address, e-mail password, phone number, ATM card PIN, among others are being requested by fraudsters “for security checks”, the bank warned.
The bank says it will never request customers to provide any update and personal banking details through e-mail or by telephone and asked customers to “disregard all such e-mails as they are fraudulent.”
Union Bank says that “to ensure your banking details and account information stay protected, disregard them and do not click on any of the links and delete the e-mail immediately. In addition, do not generate a token or pass code for anyone via phone, e-mail or chat.”