New Technologies and Information Security
The continuous evolution of technology gives us access to an ever larger set of banking services and channels. Mobile services are a good example. We currently offer three services through which you can access our accounts - Millennium App, Mobile Web and Mobile SMS. As with other services, there are a number of precautions you should take to bolster data security.
A native software application you can install on your mobile phone. It is currently available for the following devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, BlackBerry, Java and Android ® Smartphones
- Download the applications (to access the Bank) from official websites (Apple Store, Android Market) or the millenniumbcp.pt website. Never download apps from links provided by third-parties;
- When asked to enter the Multichannel Access Code, you'll only be requested to key in 3 random positions; don't provide any more information if you're asked for a different number of positions of this Code.
With this service you can access the Bank through the internet connection on your mobile phone, on the following address: https://m.millenniumbcp.pt. You must take the same security precautions as when using your PC. Highlights:
- You'll be asked to enter your Username and three Multichannel random positions. If you notice anything unusual, don't enter your details and contact us immediately.
- Whenever you carry out a transaction and are asked to provide your SMS code always check the transaction details before confirming the operation. Never give out your Token code to anyone.
Mobile SMS allows clients registered with the Millennium bcp website to view their accounts and carry out some operations from their mobile phones just by sending a text message to 3352*.
* A fee is charged per View and per Transaction. See the here.
- To use this service you must register on our website and activate it by text message or Token. If you're asked to activate it by clicking on a link or on some other webpage, do not do it.
- When you carry out a transaction, you'll receive a text message with the details and be asked for three random positions of your Confirmation Key. Check the details are all correct before you send a new text message with the Confirmation Key positions. If you receive a message with a transaction you haven't requested, don't reply to it and contact the Bank immediately.
Remember that your computer's protection depends on you!
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