Stay safe by using these tips for your online banking account.
If you suspect you've been scammed, immediately call Maybank's 24/7 Fraud Hotline at 03-5891 4744 or the National Scam Response Centre at 997 (8am-8pm daily)
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Scammers keep their identities hidden by tricking people into becoming money mules. Beware of their online tactics.
Scam apps are one of the top scams and they're especially dangerous because they can hack your devices and steal your money.
Apart from phishing or scams via e-mails and SMS, QRishing or QR Code Scam is another form of Phishing, using QR (Quick Response) codes.
Protect your banking account from illegal schemes and fund transfers.
Scammers are able to hijack your mobile phone number and steal from you.
Beware of clicking on suspicious ads that lead to fake online banking websites
Malware, spyware and adware are harmful software that steal your money or your identity.
Phishing scams are attempts to trick you into giving out personal information.
TAC Fraud has recorded 392 cases with RM14.9mil in losses in 2018.
Good habits to follow in keeping your credit card details safe
Migration of MSOS Code (One-Time-Password) to Secure2u via MAE App effective 1 July 2023
Having a card brings about a world of convenience
Beware of fraudsters and stay safe by practicing ATM safety tips