Gtbank has taken a bold step to fight scammers, those who send text messages and emails to their customers requesting them to provide their ATM card details or internet banking login details.
I have written many articles regarding this bank scamming emails and how to identify scam email here
but the good news is that GTBANK is now ready to track those scammers either with their phone numbers or by blocking the website they are using to scam people.
Below is the Scam Alert email by Guarantee Trust Banker (GTB)
This is a reminder that you should never disclose your account or card details to anyone or enter your personal banking details on a website that is sent as a link in an SMS, Email, Online or any Social Media Platform. Exit any page immediately if you are asked to enter your account, card or internet login details.
GTBank, its staff or agents will never call or send you an email asking for your account details, PIN, Card or other Personal Bank details in exchange for monetary or material reward.
You can help us stop these types of scams by following any of the simple steps below:
Fake Online Flyers: take a screenshot that clearly shows the link (website address) and send it to us by email at [email protected]
so that we can work to block the site.
Scam Calls, SMS, and Emails: Report the phone number to GTConnect (see numbers below) and forward such emails to [email protected]
Thank you for choosing Guaranty Trust Bank plc.
To Gtbank customer
You have seen that your bank is doing anything possible to protect you and your money but they need your help, always inform them whenever you receive scam emails or text messages asking you to provide ATM card numbers and pins, or internet banking login details.To Scammers
Well the game is over for you, its time for you to stop and find something good and reliable to do with your life because even the phone number you are using to send those your scam messages can be traced easily and you will be in big trouble if you don't stop now.