Fraud Alerts

Fraud Alerts

Fraud Messages Claiming to be From permanent tsb

A number of smishing (text) scams are in circulation with various messages and calls to action. See following example:

Published on 6 November 2020

Fake Text Message Claiming to be From permanent tsb

A new smishing (text) scam is in circulation stating that your TSB card has been frozen due to unusual activity. The message reads:

Published on 8 October 2020

Fraud Awareness Week 2020

National Fraud Awareness Week is beginning on Monday, 21 September, 2020.  FraudSMART is a fraud awareness initiative developed by the Banking & Payments Federation of Ireland (BPFI) in conjunction with AIB Bank, Bank Of Ireland, KBC Ireland, permanent tsb, Ulster Bank and An Post Money.

Published on 24 September 2020

Fraudulent Activity on Search Engines

Customers, please be wary of fraudulent activity where search engines, such as are being used to access Criminals are presenting fake websites at the top of the search results page.

Published on 16 September 2020

Fake text and advertisement claiming to be from permanent tsb

A new smishing (text) scam has been circulating claiming to be from permanent tsb and also fake permanent tsb advertisements on Facebook which claim to be offering a reward if you complete a virtual tour of a "new permanent tsb webpage". 

Published on 4 September 2020
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