Keeping fraud to a minimum has always been a high priority at AmBank. We do our best to protect you and avoid any fraud concerning your personal and account information. In today’s world fraud has become more prevalent and with the advancements in electronic banking it has become more challenging to prevent fraud from occurring. Fraudsters personally target you with their Social Engineering Schemes, such as phishing emails and false informative phone calls, as they continue coming up with new ways to get your personal and account information.
AmBank's goal is to keep you informed so that you may also be aware and protect yourself as much as possible. To assist with these matters AmBank has decided to add a new section to our website called AmBank Fraud Corner. You are invited to click here to learn about new fraud schemes and how to protect yourself and your loved ones. Remember, the best prevention is education!
April 9, 2014 ALERT
Recent news headlines regarding the "Heartbleed Bug" may have bank customers concerned about online security. It has been announced that this bug may compromise encryption used by some websites and allow for personal identification information to be stolen.
Please be assured that AmBank Internet Banking and Cash Management are not affected by the current OpenSSL vulnerability.
While our site was never vulnerable, we advise our customers to take care when using personal information online. Actions you can take to augment your online security are:
- Change the login id and passwords you use for any online activity.
- Never store login ids and passwords within you browser.
- Use unique login ids and passwords for each of your online accounts.
- Don't store login ids and passwords near any device you use to access the internet.
- Check your online accounts often and notify the provider if there are discrepancies.
- Secure your account information as well as all other personal identification information, such as Social Security number, address, birthdate or any other personal identifiable information.
- Never provide this information to anyone contacting you by telephone or email.