Phishing e-mails are currently circulating which pretend to be from Swiss Bankers. In these e-mails, customers are asked to reply to the e-mail, click on a link that leads to a fake web form or open the attachment in the e-mail.
You can see that this is a phishing scam because the URL of the form is not www.swissbankers.ch. In addition, Swiss Bankers will never request such information from you, neither by online form, e-mail or telephone.
By sending a phishing e-mail or SMS, fraudsters attempt to obtain personal data such as card number, expiry date, security code, PIN code, etc. in order to carry out transactions on behalf of the cardholder.
Never reply to an e-mail asking you to unblock a blocked card or provide personal data such as card number, expiry date, security code, PIN code, SecureCode, etc. Personal data is never requested by e-mail.
Inform Swiss Bankers customer service immediately on +41 31 710 12 15 if you suspect that a phishing e-mail has been sent and you have already provided personal data. If you have not provided any personal information, you can ignore the e-mail or forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Antiphishing.ch is operated by MELANI, the Reporting and Analysis Centre for Information Assurance of the Swiss Confederation. This is how you can contribute to the fight against phishing e-mails.