Internet Banking is a safe way to make banking easier. However, there is need to bank safely online.
At Zenith Bank we know that issues like security, protection from fraud and personal privacy mean as much to you as it does to us. With that in mind, our advanced security measures with a state-of-the art website that employs 128-bit encryption, the highest level of protection for financial transactions. You can recognise this at the address bar which starts with 'https'. This encryption technology ensures that data passing between your computer and the Bank is secure and that your accounts cannot be accessed by anyone else online. Our log in process also requires the use of unique customer access code, username and password. This also provides another layer of security.
Online certificates are issued by trusted third party company (eg Entrust) and let users know that a site is genuine and secure. On our Internet Banking , this is indicated by the padlock symbol at the bottom of your browser screen.
In addition to using encryption, we also have firewall protection software and devices that is used to prevent unauthorised access to our systems.
At Zenith Bank, we view ourselves as your financial partner, that is why we are willing to go the extra mile to ensure you have complete confidence and peace of mind in your Internet Banking experience with us. In general
Internet fraudsters purporting to be Zenith Bank staff have been sending scam emails to the public telling them about a huge US dollar deposits in their account. Please ignore such email.
In response to this, we have a "Scam Alert" link on our website alerting the public about this.
Please be informed that http://www.zenithbank.gm remains the only authentic and genuine website of Zenith International Bank Limited whose registered head office is at Plot 84, Ajose Adeogun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.
However, we have uncovered several fictitious websites of some unscrupulous persons sending emails,letters and telephone calls to unsuspecting members of the public by impersonating Directors or staff of the Bank and claiming:
|| To have access to huge US dollar deposits in the Bank held in the names of deceased persons
Huge US Dollar contract sums due for payment
Consequently, we expressly dissociate the Bank from any transaction entered into on the strength of such scam mails/correspondence or any other representation made via any of the fictitious websites/e-mail addresses. Also, be informed that our transactions on the internet are all in Nigerian legal tender i.e. NAIRA and not in other foreign currencies, such as Pounds Sterling, Dollars, etc. Please note that we do not initiate and/or conclude our banking transactions on the web.
The Bank will not be liable for any loss incurred by any person who deals with the imposters contrary to its advice.
In the event that you receive this kind of solicitation mails/letters, please disregard the senders.
For further enquiries, please send mail to email@example.com or call e-business department on 022-225400, 225666, 227667-8, 225070