Fraudulent Website Notification
London 9th June 2020 – Union Bancaire Privée, UBP SA ("UBP" or “the Bank”) would like to alert all clients and the public to the fraudulent websites named below. UBP would like to advise that the said websites have no affiliation or connection whatsoever with the Bank.
|Date of detection
||Fraudulent Website Address
|June 8, 2020
|June 4, 2020
|June 3, 2020
|May 26, 2020
UBP has already reported the websites to the Financial Conduct Authority, and will take any action deemed necessary and appropriate to protect the interests of our customers, the general public and the Bank. Any clients who have provided personal information or have conducted any financial transactions through this website, please immediately report to your UBP relationship manager.
We would like to take this opportunity to highlight a few simple steps you can take to stay safe online:
- Be wary of any unsolicited e-mail received, even if it appears to come from what appears to be a legitimate source (criminals can forge e-mail addresses).
- Ensure your computer or mobile device is updated with the latest versions of software and antivirus programmes.
- Please note that your UBP e-Banking credentials should be used in line with the UBP e-Banking service only. Never enter any of these credentials into any other website or mobile application.
- Although we may ask for your user name for support purposes, we will never ask you for your password (PIN) or RSA SecurID code. Do not disclose these to anyone. If you are unsure about any call or communication that you have received relating to your UBP account, please contact your relationship manager directly.