Protection yourself from frauds while Banking online
Don't click on any links in emails that say they're from your bank . Instead , type your bank's full website address in to your browser. If you want to double check whether a message in genuine, ring your bank. Protect your computer with good security software such as many. Keep it and your browser up-to-date. Before you enter your account details into a website, make sure there is a padlock symbol in your browser and that the beginning of the web address changes from 'http' to 'https', which means the connection is secure. Avoid accessing your bank account from public computers and check your bank account statements regularly for suspicious transactions. If you spot something unfamiliar, report it to your bank as soon as you can.
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