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Alert for transactions simulations

Millennium bcp NEVER requests the installation/update
of software after accessing the website

There is a malware which is disseminated through fraudulent e-mail messages or SMS
identifying names of trustworthy entities or individual/family contacts from the user
with the purpose of making the message credible.

Please find some examples here:





In case you access the link/attachment and execute the file, do not access bank websites
and request immediately a technical intervention to verify if your equipment has
some Malware installed.

By WEB access

The installation of the Malware on the user’s equipment may occur after accessing the link/attachment of a
fraudulent e-mail message being shown the following pop-ups after accessing the website of Millennium bcp:






These pop-ups block the equipment and the bars shown (in green and cerise in the examples above)
are being filled-in appearing to be doing an "installation/update". At the end of this process,
Authorization Codes are requested to "simulate" transactions, when the purpose is to
authorize the transactions that are debited from the bank account

By MOBILE access

NIn the MOBILE access, the installation of the Millennium App is requested,
when the App is already installed in the client’s equipment:



Both in the installation process and in the authorization of operations, Millennium bcp NEVER
asks for the full Multichannel code with 7 digits (or 3+4).
Please read carefully the contents of the text message sent by SMS
because when you provide an Authorisation Code you are confirming a transaction in your account
or the set-up of the Millennium App.

Pay attention to the deficient sentence structure, the spelling/grammatical errors and the variants of terms
in Brazilian Portuguese in the texts presented, and we remind you that Millennium bcp:

NEVER requests the installation/update of software after access

NEVER requests Authorisation Codes for transactions simulation

NEVER requests the full Multichannel Access with the 7 digits (or 3 +4)


Please be reminded that...

Millennium bcp sends email messages:
  • NEVER request the installation/synchronisation of software;
  • NEVER SEND SMS with links;
  • NEVER SEND E-mail with links;
  • NEVER request the full Multichannel Code (the 7 digits);
  • NEVER request your mobile phone number;
  • NEVER request, by phone or by any other means, Authorisation Codes sent by SMS;
  • NEVER requests Authorisation Codes for transactions simulation/cancellation;
The access to Millennium bcp's website is done by entering the User Code and three random positions of the Multichannel Code;
Whenever you access your bank accounts through the Millennium bcp website, check if the address starts with (for the Individuals access) and (for the Companies access) and that there is a lock at the beginning or at the end of the address bar, (depending on the browser), at the end of the address bar, a lock is shown, as follows:


Carefully read the contents of the SMS received with Authorisation Codes that, apart from the code also contain the data of the transaction you intent to carry out. In case you receive a SMS with an Authorisation Code, without having made a transaction, please contact us immediately.

You should analyse the e-mails you receive before opening them always confirming the source,
the subject and the spelling and, if you remain with doubts, delete the e-mail without opening it;

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

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Published in 19.11.2021


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