Security

A number of banks have recently been the target of a fraud called ‘phishing’ which uses fake e-mails to encourage customers to enter their internet banking passwords into a counterfeit copy of their website. Their aim is to use these security details to remove money from your account.

Unity Trust Bank will never send you an e-mail asking you to reconfirm your security details and we will never ask you to divulge your full passwords via e-mail. More information.

If you are ever concerned about any communications that are, or seem to be from Unity Trust Bank, please contact us immediately on 0345 140 1000.

For further information on these types of scams, visit http://www.antiphishing.org/.

For more tips, Google has produced some advice about staying safe online in association with the Citizens Advice Bureau.