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How safe is Internet Banking?         

OTP - A one-time password (OTP) is a unique and time-sensitive password used as an added security on Internet banking. The password will be sent to you by email or SMS and is valid for one Internet banking session. The benefit of OTP is that you authorise the transactions on your accounts using a unique password. If you do not have an OTP you will not be able to perform certain activities. There is no charge for using the service.

 

Secure connection - Our Internet banking service complies with international Internet security standards and is built according to the highest encryption specifications (128-bit secure encryption). This means a secure link is established every time you perform an online transaction and that any information you send us can only be interpreted by our Internet banking system. No third party can access any of your personal information. KPMG and Deloitte and Touche have audited our service and secure encryption infrastructure.

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