The new branch of the bank is now available on mobile phones. Customers can access their bank's app to make payments, pay bills, verify purchases online, and view private data. But, using the mobile app can also pose risks of data theft and hacking. CaixaBank recently sent out a message to users informing them of the steps they should take to prevent data theft.
CaixaBank's message to customers starts by emphasizing the importance of following a set of recommendations. The bank stresses that customers should not ask for secret codes or bank information via email, SMS, or phone calls.
CaixaBank also advises that you "use common sense" if you get phone calls or emails asking for an unusual or urgent banking operation. It also emphasizes the importance of being cautious when we suspect an operation is fraudulent. They emphasize that it is important to not rush, be suspicious and not do anything they ask without verifying that the operation is legal.
CaixaBank also explains how to deal with suspicious behavior: "If you get emails or SMSs from suspicious senders, don't open the attachments or links."
CaixaBank also reminds that in the event of suspicion or doubt, you can contact us at our 24-hour customer service number: 900-40 40 90.
MaliBot is the latest'malware' to compromise some bank customers, according to security experts. MaliBot is a'malware that can end data theft and digital security.
MaliBot, also known as a malicious software program or computer program, infects CaixaBank customers who use the Android operating systems. It can also be used by other entities, such as Banco Santander and BBVA.