A NCB (National Commercial Bank) Email Scam
Here are some reminders to help you protect yourself online and know how to identify a legitimate email sent by NCB (National Commercial Bank):
- NCB will never ask you for your personal information like your PIN, the 3-digit security code at the back of your credit card or credit card access codes via email or phone. If you receive an email or a phone call requesting this information, please delete the email and ignore the call.
- Beware of urgent or threatening language in the subject line. Subject lines such as “Account has been suspended” or your account had an “Unauthorized login attempt” are common phishing emails.
- Pay attention to the grammar and spelling in the emails you receive, especially if the email doesn’t address you by name.
If you are ever in doubt, give NCB a call at 888-622-3477or send them an email to email@example.com .
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