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Alert for Facebook Ads "Raise your limit online"
and email sent titled "Millennium notice 5765063"

Two fraud situations were detected:


  • In Facebook, an ad with the Millennium bcp logo, as shown below:


Fraud warning


  • An email that was sent, as shown below:


Fraud warning


Both situations forward the reader to a "fraud page"
[ and],
where the following screen is presented:


Fraud warning


It represents another case of phishing with the purpose of capturing the User Code
and all the numbers of the Multichannel Code
, as such:


Fraud warning


It could also happen that the criminals even make a telephone call, aiming at requesting the Authorisation Code(s)
to make service payments, bank transfers, create MBNet cards or setting up the Millennium App.


Please read carefully the contents of text messages, because when you confirm an Authorization Code
you may be confirming a transaction with your account or the Millennium App set-up on a mobile phone and...
Please contact us immediately.



Please be reminded that...

Millennium bcp sends email messages:
  • Without links;
  • Without executable files;
  • Without requesting the installation of software;
  • Without requesting personal data, such as the TIN, passwords or mobile phone number.
Millennium bcp's website is accessed using 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, at the end of the address bar, a lock is shown, as follows:


Carefully read the contents of the SMS received with Authorization Codes that, apart from the code also contain the data of the transaction. In case you receive an SMS without making a transaction, please contact us immediately.

You should analyse the emails you receive before opening them always confirming the source,
the subject and the spelling and, if you remain with doubts, delete the email without opening it.

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

If you ever find something out of place at or if you need further information
please call us on 707 50 24 24 (Personal Assistance 24/7).

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