We know how important your personal and financial details are
So, here's what we do and how you can stay safe when buying online:
How can you spot a secure webpage?
You know you're on a secure site when the web address starts with https (the 's' stands for secure).
Some browsers also show a picture of a padlock in the address bar or near the bottom corner of your screen. If you double-click the padlock, you'll see the security certificate for that website..
Top-Bottom: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari
What are phishing emails?
- Phishing is the practice of sending fraudulent emails to get customers to reveal personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers, by pretending to be from a reputable company.
- They’re often created by a third party who have altered the details to make it look like the email is coming from someone within the company. They then try to get you to click on a link or open an attachment that may contain viruses, or even request sensitive information.
What should you do if you receive a phishing email?
- Don't click on any links or visit any websites in the e-mail
- Don't email any personal or sensitive information
- Never share your password and change it regularly
- Contact us if the email is claiming to be from LV=