CABS Internet Banking
Internet Banking information
Online fraud in the form of phishing and keystroke logging is on the
Your best method of protection against these scams and the like,
is to be aware of their existence, understand the risks they pose and be
vigilant in recognising them so as not to respond to them.
In our ongoing effort to protect you, our valued client, from being a victim of these
activities, we will continue to make you aware of this form of fraudulent
As part of our shared responsibility in protecting your confidential details, please take note of the following:
- Should you respond to any email requesting internet banking information such as your User_ID and Password or any personal details, and fraud is committed on your account, then you understand and agree that CABS will not be liable for any loss(es) that you may incur.
- Furthermore, should you access your internet banking facility from any publicly accessible venue,such as an internet cafe, there is the risk of keystroke logging or spyware attacks that may compromise your details. You therefore agree that, should you do your internet banking at such a venue, CABS will not be liable for any loss(es) that you may incur.
- Please Note: CABS will never send you an email requesting you enter your personal details or contact you telephonically requesting electronic banking information such as your User_ ID and Password. Please notify us immediately should this happen to you. If, however, you contact CABS to have an issue resolved, we may have to ask you for more information to assist us in resolving the issue. Should you ever be in any doubt as to why any information is requested, always verify the authenticity of the request with CABS first.
- CABS is responsible for ensuring that your internet banking session is secure. However, you are responsible for ensuring that you take precautions to prevent fraudulent activities on your account.