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Samaaluvey!

At Bank of Maldives, we take the safety of your money very seriously.

But there are those who will stop at nothing to get your account details so they can access your money.

We often get reports of customers being contacted by people impersonating Bank of Maldives trying to obtain your personal information including credit/debit card details. This type of fraud is extremely common and you need to be vigilant.

We’ve listed below some common fraud tactics used by fraudsters we feel may help you stay alert.







Fraud calls

If you are called by someone claiming to be from Bank of Maldives, NEVER provide your personal details and card numbers. Here is what you should keep in mind.

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Fraud SMS

There are situations where Bank of Maldives will send an SMS to customers to update them with important information. Fraudsters may send hoax messages that appear to come from us, in order to trick you into revealing your card details. Here is what you should keep in mind.

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Phishing Emails

Fraudsters may also attempt to obtain your internet banking details through scam emails. Do not click on any links or open any attachments from an email that appears suspicious. Here is what you should keep in mind.

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Contact us:

If you are ever in doubt whether or not it is Bank of Maldives contacting you, you can reach our Contact Centre directly on 3330200 or get in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter for clarifications.

If you have by any chance provided your personal information after receiving a suspicious call or SMS, please call 3330200 or message us on Facebook or Twitter to immediately block your cards.