Notices

Missing Child - Adik Patrick Igih
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Missing Child - Puteri Fulmina Abdul Ghufur
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Missing Child - Puteri Nurardiana Damia Qaisara Binti Abdullah
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Missing Child - Adik Muhammad Zahiruddin Putra Bin Mohd Fauzi
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OCBC Business Name Card Fraud

Please beware of anyone flashing something that looks like an OCBC Bank business name card and promising to make available to you loans and credit cards (among others) when they really are not our staff. These are fraudsters. A simple way to tell between a legitimate staff of OCBC Bank and one who is not is to check the email address. The email address of a legitimate OCBC Bank staff ALWAYS ends with @ocbc.com (e.g. abc@ocbc.com). We note that many of the fraudulent business cards are gmail accounts and have the “ocbc” before the “@” (e.g. abc.ocbc@gmail.com). This is fraudulent. Be reminded that OCBC Bank will never ask you to write to any of our staff’s personal email address, and nor will we ask you to pay any “processing fees” or “penalty charges” prior to approving a loan. If in doubt, please call us at 03-8317 5000.


OCBC Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism & Sanction Notice
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Fraud Advisory: Beware of Calls Claiming to be from OCBC Bank to Confirm Card Transactions (3 April 2018)

Recently there have been calls from 03-8327 5000 claiming to be from OCBC Bank to confirm card transactions/outstanding balances. Those who answer the calls will also be asked to contact Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) at 03-5021 9103. We confirm that these numbers do NOT belong to OCBC Bank /BNM. OCBC Bank will NOT reveal transaction details without proper customer verifications and will NOT request you to call BNM. We advise you to exercise utmost caution in this matter and not to entertain any calls from these supposed OCBC Bank officers.


Fraud Advisory: Unauthorised People Promoting Cash-i

Recently there have been agents claiming to be from OCBC Bank promoting Cash-i via WhatsApp, Facebook and phone calls. Those who apply are required to pay a processing fee before the financing is disbursed. We confirm that these agents are NOT from OCBC Bank; the Bank ceased offering Cash-i since April 2016. We strongly advise you to exercise caution in this matter and not to entertain any calls from these supposed agents.