To help you protect your transactions from external threats we’ve put together some handy information on the following topics:
If you ever notice anything unusual or have any security concerns please contact your account manager or get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1442 892060.
With so many online platforms and services using password protection, it can be very easy to fall into the habit of using one easy-to-remember password across multiple platforms.
However, one of the most important steps in protecting yourself from online fraud is using unique, complex and secure passwords.
If you have any concerns that your password has been hacked, change it straight away.
We will never ask for your password, and you should never share it with us
Here are some simple tips for maintaining computer, mobile and tablet security.
We receive dozens of emails every day, but before you engage with one it’s important to verify that it’s from a legitimate source.
When receiving an email from Foremost Currency Group there are a couple of things you can check to make sure it’s a genuine communication.
If you’re in any doubt about whether an email is from us contact your currency expert or email email@example.com.
What should you look out for?
Protect yourself from fraudulent calls and texts by:
Our online service has a number of inbuilt features to protect your transactions.
Check the credentials of any company you use for international money transfers to ensure their authenticity. We were established in 2005 and are authorised by the FCA as an Electronic Money Institution (Firm Reference Number 900204).
When making a transfer to a person you don’t know that well, ask yourself the following questions:
When making a transfer follow the advice of Take Five to Stop Fraud.
If you have any doubts about the recipient of your funds or the reason you’re making your transfer, don’t make the transaction.
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