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Warning of fake SMS "User and multi-channel access code disabled”

Millennium bcp NEVER sends SMS with links!

Be aware of the SMS's supposedly issued by Millennium bcp with the subject
"User and multi-channel access code disabled", requesting access to a link, as an example below:



This is a phishing attack aimed at capturing your entire Access Codes,
personal data and data from a bank card, as shown:



Millennium bcp NEVER requests the full Multichannel Access Code (the 7 digits)

This phishing action also requests the following data:



Following this phishing action, Authorisation Codes, sent by SMS to the Customer,
are requested to CONFIRM transactions (e.g. Transfers, Payment of Services, Payment of Purchases, MBNet Cards).

When revealing the Authorisation Codes the transactions are debited from the bank account!



Please be reminded that...

Millennium bcp:
  • NEVER request the installation/update of software after access;
  • NEVER SEND SMS with links;
  • NEVER SEND email messages with links;
  • NEVER request the full Multichannel Code (the 7 digits);
  • NEVER request the Client’s mobile phone number;
  • NEVER request, by phone the authorization codes sent by SMS;
  • NEVER requests Authorisation Codes for transactions simulation;
The access to Millennium bcp's website is done by entering the User Code and three random positions of the Access Code;
Whenever you access your bank accounts using Millennium bcp Website, make sure that the address begins with (Individuals access) and (Companies access) and that at the end of the address, a lock is shown, as below:


Always check carefully the contents of the SMS you receive with authorization codes that, apart from the code, contain data of the transaction. In case you receive a SMS without having made a transaction, please contact us immediately.

Analyse the e-mails you receive before opening them, always confirming the source, the subject and the spelling.
If you still have doubts, delete the e-mails without opening them.

Remember: The protection of your assets and of your computer depends on you!

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Published in 09.02.2021


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