Fraud and Scams

We are dedicated to fighting fraud as well as help you reduce your exposure to certain types of fraud.

As financial fraud continues to grow and has reached huge proportions, it’s important to understand the basics of security, be it to safeguard your identity, your devices or your financial information. Fraud is not a victimless crime.

Become familiar with some of the most common scams

Latest cybercrime


Intel® processors flaw could allow potential malicious hackers steal your data

Make sure you are protected against ZombieLoad vulnerability which affects Intel chips made any time from 2011 until now. This means Intel-based PCs, tablets and MACs manufactured at that time are all vulnerable.

It is recommended that you apply all the latest patches and updates for your operating system, which you will find on the manufacturer’s website.

Reporting scams

Suspecting a Fraud in your email, on your statement, in a SMS or by phone? Get in touch with us immediately.

Call us on

+230 202 5010 for cards fraud

+230 202 6060 for other fraud