#StaySecure with FAB and keep fraudsters locked out
Do not click on any link asking to pay a delivery fee related to a courier pending to be delivered. Be vigilant when clicking on food offers or websites.
Do not click on any link asking you to pay a nominal fee in order to receive your pending package, reverify any information with the source directly. Be vigilant when you click on food offers or related websites, if it is too good to be true then it probably it is a scam.
Avoid clicking on links or attachments from unknown senders claiming to have important information about COVID-19.
Responding to suspicious calls, messages, and hyperlinks related to COVID-19, may provide exposure to a malicious website.
Fraudsters are targeting banking customers as COVID-19 news spreads. FAB will never ask you about private information such as personal or bank account details.
Be wary of any communication that tries to make you act on your emotional impulses. Don’t let fear of COVID-19 control you.
In this time of COVID-19 fraudsters, make sure the anti-malware and anti-virus software on your computer is up to date.
Scammers take advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. They set up websites to sell bogus products and use fake communications to take your money.
Only use trusted sources, such as official websites, for up-to-date, fact-based information about COVID-19.
Together against fraud
At FAB, sophisticated near real-time monitoring technology can recognise suspicious transactions, backed by a dedicated team, who can take quick action as and when required.
To block your FAB debit or credit card due to debit / credit card related fraud, or in case your FAB debit / credit card is stolen, please report to our Contact Centre on 80007 6076 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.