OCBC Phishing Scam - SMS Impersonating OCBC Bank

OCBC Phishing Scam - SMS Impersonating OCBC Bank

OCBC is aware of phishing SMS text messages like the ones below impersonating them. Please be advised that these are scams and phishing sites. OCBC will never ask for private information such as your password or OTP (one-time pin). Remember to always verify the authenticity of information or deals with official websites or sources, and contact OCBC immediately if you think you've been a victim of a scam.

OCBC Phishing Scam Text Messages

OCBC Phishing Scam Text Messages

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  • January 9, 2022 at 12:09 AM by Xhàmsi from: Dodoma, Dodoma, Tanzania

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OCBC Phishing Scam - SMS Impersonating OCBC Bank