JAM | Sep 18, 2023

JN warns customers of fake email in circulation 

Tamoy Ashman

Tamoy Ashman / Our Today

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Jamaica National (JN) Bank has issued a warning to its customers, urging them to be vigilant following the circulation of a series of fraudulent emails.

In a statement to customers, JN Bank stated that the deceptive emails are being sent by criminals in an attempt to solicit personal information.

“We are aware that cybercriminals have manipulated a genuine email issued by JN Bank to garner information from our members, to include account numbers and other credentials, as well as personal information,” said the statement from the bank.

The bank reminded customers that it would never ask customers to share personal information through email and urged citizens to make a report to the police or the bank’s member care centre, if they have received the email.

Customers are also urged to avoid clicking on suspicious links and to be cautious with attachments.


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