Dear Costumer,
We would like to informe you that JSC “Bta Bank” changed its name and has been working as
“Silk Road Bank”
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    Tips to avoid internet fraud
    Posted on 23/07/2019

    Dear Customer!


    We would like to warn you about the increasing number of cyberattacks.


    Please be informed that internet frauds take place more and more often. Fake offers are being placed on internet space and social networks in the name of Silk Road Bank. This is one of the most widespread fraud methods - phishing. It aims obtaining personal and confidential data of internet user. In case of phishing, perpetrator poses your familiar organization/website, which has the same design as the real one (you know and trust). After you sign in, the perpetrator gets hold of the information you enter (user name, password, card number, ID number etc.) and can use it for fraud reasons.


    Please carefully check received e-mails, even if they seem to be sent by secured source. Probably it may be a bank or other organization quite familiar to you.


    How can you protect yourself from phishing?


    · While using internet bank, also while entering personal information (credit card number), make sure that you browse the official site of "Silk Road Bank”. The address of secure site always starts with https:// and the locked padlock. If otherwise, it means that the site is fraudulent.


    · Restrict sharing information on social media at maximum: Facebook, forums and other sources. As much information is available on you, as easy it is for cybercriminal to trap you.


    · If you receive an e-mail, requesting you to follow a link or open an attached file (even a word document containing a request to follow the instructions or click some links) always check the authenticity of the sender.


    ·Always use antivirus.


    · Never trust e-mail/sms, which request you timely action, or contain an incredible offer (such as " a gift - 50 000 GEL is waiting for you, deadline is 23.07.2019), such offers are provided by fake web-sites, that obtain your card data and miss appropriate your funds.


    · Be attentive. Phishing e-mails are often badly written and contain spelling and grammar mistakes.


    Please be well aware that you may become the victim of the cyberattack. Remember that cybercriminal tries to pose your familiar image to deceive you, and always check the e-mail/sms, even if it is at least suspicious. Only thus you can protect yourself from cyberattack and minimize the risk.

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    Tips to avoid internet fraud
    Posted on 25/04/2019
    Dear Customer!

    We would like to warn you about the increasing number of cyberattacks.

    One of the most widespread fraud methods is phishing. It aims obtaining personal and confidential data of internet user. In case of phishing, perpetrator poses your familiar organization/website, which has the same design as the real one (you know and trust). After you sign in, the perpetrator gets hold of the information you enter (user name, password, card number, ID number etc.) and can use it for fraud reasons.

    Please carefully check received e-mails, even if they seem to be sent by secured source. Probably it may be a bank or other organization quite familiar to you.

    How can you protect yourself from phishing?

    · Restrict sharing information on social media at maximum: Facebook, forums and other sources. As much information is available on you, as easy it is for cybercriminal to trap you.

    · If you receive an e-mail, requesting you to follow a link or open an attached file (even a word document containing a request to follow the instructions or click some links) always check the authenticity of the sender.

    ·Always use antivirus.

    · While entering personal information (credit card number), make sure that you browse a secure site. The address of secure site always starts with https:// (not with https://;) and the locked padlock. If otherwise, it means that the site is fraudulent.

    · Never trust e-mail/sms, which request you timely action, or contain an incredible offer (such as 15 mb internet for GEL 3.00, such offers are provided by fake web-sites, that obtain your card data and miss appropriate your funds.

    · Be attentive. Phishing e-mails are often badly written and contain spelling and grammar mistakes.

    Please be well aware that you may become the victim of the cyberattack. Remember that cybercriminal tries to pose your familiar image to deceive you, and always check the e-mail/sms, even if it is at least suspicious. Only thus you can protect yourself from cyberattack and minimize the risk.
    DETAILS

     

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    Changes in accounts maintenance fees
    Posted on 10/04/2019
    Dear customer,

    Please be informed, that changes are made to JSC Silk Road Bank’s service fees. Mainly from May 10, 2019, the fees for maintenance of accounts are renewed. The renewed standard tariffs can be found on the bank's website in the relevant module of individual and corporate customers.

    For detailed information please contact us on phone number (+99532) 2242 242, or visit our branch at 2 Saarbrucken sq., 0102, Tbilisi, Georgia.


    DETAILS

     

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    Changes in international transfer fees
    Posted on 10/04/2019
    Dear customer,

    Please be informed, that changes are made to JSC Silk Road Bank’s service fees. Mainly from April 10, 2019, the fees for international payments are renewed. The renewed standard tariffs can be found on the bank's website in the relevant module of individual and corporate customers.

    Please also be informed that, from April 10, 2019 it will be possible to execute the international payments in USD (for USD payments please coordinate bene bank details preliminarily), GBP and CHF.

    For detailed information please contact us on phone number (+99532) 2242 242, or visit our branch at 2 Saarbrucken sq., 0102, Tbilisi, Georgia.


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