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A&B Plus Digital Banking

A&B Plus Digital Banking

เปิดบัญชีฟรีทันที

ยังไม่สนใจ

เรทสูงกระชากใจ ในราคาเพียง 1 ปอนด์/ยูโร

รับเงินทันที 50 ปอนด์/ยูโร เมื่อชวนเพื่อนมาเปิดบัญชีกับเรา

รับสิทธิ์โอนฟรีตามจำนวนเพื่อนที่แนะนำมา ยิ่งเยอะ ยิ่งได้เยอะ

รับโบนัสจากเราตลอดชีพ เมื่อเพื่อนที่คุณแนะนำเริ่มใช้บัญชี A&B Plus

โอนเงินกลับไทยเหนือใคร เมื่อเปิดบัญชี A&B Plus กับเรา

หาเงินง่ายๆ กับ A&B Plus

ฟรีไม่อั้น เมื่อโอนจาก THAI-UK หรือ THAI-EURO

เปิดง่าย อนุมัติไว ไม่กระทบเรื่องภาษี

เป็นบัญชีธนาคารไว้รับ-จ่ายทั้งใน และต่างประเทศ

ตรวจสอบ สั่งจ่ายด้วยตัวเองได้ ตลอด 24 ชม

เลือกเปิดได้หลากหลายสกุลเงิน เช่น GBP / EUR / USD

ข้อมูลเพิ่มเติม

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สิทธิพิเศษมากกว่า เมื่อเปิดบัญชี A&B PLUS กับเรา

เรทสูง กระชากใจ!!

ฟรีไม่อั้น!!!

ได้รับเรทเงินเพิ่มมากขึ้น มากกว่าปรกติ ตลอดอายุการใช้งาน เมื่อคุณเปิดบัญชี A&B Money Plus กับเรา.

ฟรีค่าโอนทุกรายการ เมื่อคุณโอนเงิน จากเมืองไทย เป็น ปอนด์ หรือ ยูโร เข้าบัญชี A&B Money Plus และรับเงินทันทีภายในวันเดียวกัน

เปิดง่าย อนุมัติไว ไม่กระทบเรื่องภาษี

ใช้จับจ่ายทั้งใน และต่างประเทศ

ตรวจสอบ / สั่งจ่าย ตลอด 24 ชม .

สมัครฟรี ผ่านออนไลน์ ง่าย สะดวก รวดเร็ว ไม่เช็คเครดิตสกอ ไม่กระทบภาษี และไม่เสี่ยงถูกปิดบัญชี

บัญชีสามารรับ และสั่งจ่ายได้ทั้งภายใน UK (Sort Code) / EUR (IBAN) และต่างประเทศทั่วโลกในระบบ SWIFT ที่รับเงินจากทั่วโลก

เปิดได้หลากหลายสกุลเงิน

สามารถเช็คยอดเงิน โอนเข้า-ออก ได้ด้วยตัวเอง ตลอด 24 ชม ผ่านทาง คอมพิวเตอร์ และแอปพิเคชั่น

เลือกเปิดได้หลากหลายสกุลเงิน เช่น GBP / EUR / USD มีตัวเลือกให้เปิดได้ถึง 3 สกุลเงิน ที่คุณต้องการ

หาเงินง่ายๆ กับ A&B PlUS

ช่องทางการทำรายได้ แบบง่ายๆ และได้กันไปเลยแบบฟรีๆ

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ชวนเพื่อนมารับตัง

ง่ายๆ ได้ฟรีๆ เพียงแค่ชวนเพื่อนมาเปิดบัญชีกับเรา ก็รับไปเลย 50 ปอนด์/ยูโร เข้าไปในบัญชีทันที จนคุณต้องร้องว่าวะวะว้าวววววว!!!

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โอนฟรี ฟรีแล้วฟรีอีก!

รับสิทธิ์โอนฟรีตามจำนวนเพื่อนที่แนะนำมา ยิ่งเยอะ ยิ่งได้เยอะ แนะนำมา 1 คน ก็รับโอนฟรี 1 ครั้ง / แนะนำมา 100 คน ก็รับโอนฟรีไปเลย 100 ครั้ง !!!

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รับโบนัสตลอดชีพ

เมื่อคุณแนะนำให้เพื่อนๆ เปิดบัญชี และเริ่มใช้บัญชี เพียงแค่นี้ คุณก็จะได้รับโบนัสเข้าไปในบัญชีของคุณตลอดชีพ!!

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BANK

เป็นบัญชีธนาคารของคุณในต่างประเทศ

A&B Money Plus ที่จะทำให้ชีวิตคุณดีขึ้น และง่ายขึ้น ด้านอิสระภาพทางการเงินในระบบบัญชีธนาคารที่มีความปลอดภัยสูง มีสามารถบริหารการจัดการได้เพียงแค่นิ้วสัมผัสผ่านมือถือ และคอมพิวเตอร์ตลอด 24 ชั่วโมง ภายใต้ 2 สกุลหลัก คือ เงินปอนด์ (GBP) และเงินยูโร (EUR) ที่ทำให้คุณไม่ต้องไปปวดหัว และเสียเวลากับระบบธนาคารเดิมๆ ตามท้องถนนอีกต่อไป

คุณจะได้รับ Account number + Sort Code สำหรับบัญชีเงินปอนด์ (GBP) และ IBAN + Swift Code สำหรับเงินยูโร (EUR) 36.9 ล้าน ร้านค้าทั่วโลกที่มีสัญลักษณ์ Mastercard ใช้เป็นบัญชีเพื่อรับจากพ่อแม่ในเมืองไทยสำหรับวีซ่านักเรียน หรือจะเป็นบัญชีที่รับเงินเดือน หรือกระแสรายวันสำหรับวัยทำงาน

คุณสามารถตั้งค่าใช้จ่ายประจำ เช่น จ่ายค่าน้ำ-ค่าไฟ ในระบบ Standing Order หรือจ่ายค่าบิลโทรศัพท์มือถืออัตโนมัติในระบบ Direct Debit ได้ รวมถึงการสั่งจ่าย online banking ทั้งใน และต่างประเทศได้โดยไม่มีเงื่อนไข ตลอดจนเช็คเสตทเม้นส์ย้อนหลังหรือปริ้นออกมาเพื่อทำธุรกรรมรับรองด้านการเงินกับภาคเอกชน หรือรัฐบาล ซึ่งจะได้รับการยอมรับจากนาม Mastercard ได้ทั่วโลก

เปิดบัญชีเลย

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SHOPPING

เป็นบัตรธนาคารใบเดียว

ที่มาพร้อมกันถึง 2 สกุลเงิน

คุณจะได้รับบัตร Mastercard Prepaid Card ส่งตรงถึงหน้าบ้านคุณหลังจากเปิดบัญชีธนาคารกับเรา ซึ่งในบัตรนั้นจะมีถึง 2 สกุลเงินที่คุณสามารถจับจ่ายใช้สอยตามร้านค้าตามท้องถนน หรือออนไลน์ได้มากถึง 30 ล้านแห่งทั่วโลกที่ยอมรับบัตร Mastercard

บัตรได้ถูกออกแบบให้มีความปลอดภัยสูงเพื่อป้องกันมิจฉาชีพ และผู้ประสงค์ร้ายในระบบบัญชี ซึ่งเราจะจัดส่งรหัสลับผ่านโทรศัพท์มือถือของลูกค้าที่ขึ้นทะเบียนไว้ในระบบ และลูกค้าสามารถตั้งพาสเวิร์ดเพื่อเข้าระบบ online banking ของตนเองได้ผ่านหน้าทางหน้าเวปไซค์ของเรา ในการสร้างบัญชีเพื่อจ่ายเงินออนไลน์ หรือจ่ายเงินจะถูกควบคุมโดย Mastercard 3D Secured เพื่อสิทธิประโยชน์ และป้องกันมิจฉาชีพ (Hacker) ในระบบธนาคาร

เปิดบัญชีเลย

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TRAVELING

บัตรเดียวเที่ยวได้รอบโลก

บัตรคู่ใจที่จะเดินทางไปพร้อมกับคุณในการเดินทางต่างประเทศ ที่สะดวก และปลอดภัยกว่าการพกพาเงินสด ซึ่งแยกระบบบัญชีชัดเจนระหว่างเงินปอนด์ (GBP) และเงินยูโร (EUR) ออกจากกัน เพื่อให้คุณไม่สับสน และเสียค่าเรทสกุลเงินในระบบ Forex หรืออีกนัยนึงคือ จ่ายเงินสกุลไหน ก็ใช้บัญชีสกุลนั้นนั่นเอง เติมเต็มความสุขในชีวิตการท่องเที่ยว เดินทางเพื่อธุรกิจ ใช้ชีวิตต่างแดน ภายใต้อำนาจของ Mastercard ที่จับจ่ายได้ทุกร้านค้า หรือกดเงินสดผ่านตู้ ATM ได้ทั่วโลกมากถึง 750 ปอนด์/ยูโร ต่อวัน

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FAMILY

บัตรเสริมสำหรับคนที่คุณรัก

คุณสามารถเปิดบัตรเสริมให้กับสมาชิกในครอบครัว หรือคนที่คุณรักได้มากถึง 3 ใบ ต่อการเปิด 1 บัญชีธนาคารกับเรา สำหรับบัตรเสริมที่คุณขอสั่งเพิ่มจากเราจะถูกจัดส่งไปยังหน้าบ้านของคุณภายในยุโรป และคุณก็สามารถจัดส่งไปให้สมาชิกในครอบครัวที่เมืองไทย หรือที่ไหนก็ตามในโลกได้ สำหรับบัตรเสริมนั้นจะสามารถไปกดเงินจากตู้ ATM หรือจับจ่ายใช้สอยตามร้านค้า หรือ shopping online ได้ทั่วโลก ซึ่งจะเชื่อมกับเงินในบัญชีของคุณเป็นหลัก

ประโยชน์ในการมีบัตรเสริม คือ

- สามารถมองเห็นการจับจ่าย และควบคุมค่าใช้จ่ายของสมาชิกในครอบครัวได้

- เป็นจุดเริ่มต้นที่ดีที่จะสอนลูกในการใช้เงิน และบริหารเงินในบัญชี

- คล่องตัวมากขึ้นโดยไม่ต้องส่งเงินระหว่างประเทศ เพราะบัตรเสริมจะเชื่อมกับเงินในบัญชีของคุณ

- อำนาจการสั่งระงับ หรือเติมเงินลงในบัญชีอยู่ที่คุณเพียงคนเดียว

เปิดบัญชีเลย

ทําธุรกรรมออนไลน์ผ่านมือถือได้ง่ายๆ ตลอด 24 ชั้วโมง

A&B MONEY APP

เปิดบัญชีธนาคาร

สามารถเปิดบัญชีธนาคารผ่านทางแอพของเราได้ง่ายๆ สะดวก รวดเร็ว โดยอัพโหลดเอกสารจากคอมพิวเตอร์ หรือมือถือ ได้ด้ตลอด ทุกที่ ทุกเวลา เพียงแค่ปลลายนิ้วสัมผัส

ตรวจสอบบัญชี / สเตทเม้นท์

ตลอดจนเช็คเสตทเม้นส์ย้อนหลังหรือปริ้นออกมาเพื่อทำธุรกรรมรับรองด้านการเงินกับภาคเอกชน หรือรัฐบาล

โอนเงิน

สามารถแจ้งโอนเงินกลับไทย และทั่วโลก คอมพิวเตอร์ตลอด 24 ชั่วโมง ภายใต้ 2 สกุลหลัก คือ เงินปอนด์ (GBP) และเงินยูโร (EUR) ที่ทำให้คุณไม่ต้องไปปวดหัว และเสียเวลากับระบบธนาคารเดิมๆ

เช็คเรท / โปรโมชั่น

สามารถเช็คอัตราแลกเปลี่ยนประจำวัน และข่าวสารต่างๆ พร้อม โปรโมชั่นพิเศษมากมาย

Contactless Payment

การชำระเงินแบบง่ายๆ สะดวก และปลอดภัย จาก A&B MONEY PLUS

ปลอดภัยมากยิ่งขึ้น

ใช้ง่าย สะดวก รวดเร็ว

ไม่ต้องพกเงินสดให้หนักกระเป๋า

ช่วยให้การชำระเงินบนโทรศัพท์มือถือ ปลอดภัยยิ่งขึ้น

มอบวิธีการชำระสินค้าที่ปลอดภัย ง่ายดาย และรวดเร็ว ยิ่งขึ้น

ความสะดวกสบายที่เหนือกว่า หมดกังวลกับข้อจำกัดในการใช้ เงินสด

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ข้อควรระวังจากมิจฉาชีพ

IT Security Awareness for Customers

Awareness and Knowledge for Online Banking Services:

Cybercriminal attacks on individuals most of the time so it is important to be aware of the threats and to approach anything on the internet that involves customer identity or account numbers with caution. Cyber criminals have several ways to steal identity such as creating fake websites that mimic legitimate sites such as PayPal or Some Banking Website to steal confidential information.

In some case, theft and fraud is committed by family members and friends or acquaintances of victims who, because of these relationships, have relatively easy access to account numbers and passwords saved on computers.


Security Practices list

  • Verify use of a secure session (https:// and not http://) when entering passwords on the internet.

  • Pay attention to the URL (web address) that you are visiting! Fraudulent websites often create misleading web address like https://www.somecompany.AnotherWebsite.com/ to trick users of a https://www.somecompany.com/ into believing they are visiting a legitimate site where they have an account when they are really at a password harvesting spoof of the legitimate website. This is a quite common trick that scammers use to fool users for steal passwords by fake copies of real websites

  • No website or service will ever lose a user’s login information and request that the user provide it to the website or company. Requests involving this sort of statement are always a scam and usually involve some sort of coercive statement such as threatening the loss of funds if login credentials are not supplied in time.

  • Avoid saving passwords to any computer.

  • Always use Log Out buttons when you are finished to end your secure sessions. This helps prevent session hijacking attacks where hackers keep sessions open when you think they have been closed.

  • Never leave computers unattended when using online banking services.

  • Never access sensitive computer systems or websites from public computers at a hotel, library, coffee shop or when using your own devices over any public wireless access point.

  • Offers for employment as a mystery shopper, payment processor, etc. where you are required to use your personal account for someone else’s business purposes are never legitimate.

  • No legitimate business will attempt to move business funds through anyone’s personal account.

Password Security:

It is difficult to the system to check that user who have the correct password is the truly account holder so it mostly important that customer must keep their passwords private and immediately report any suspected security violations. Below is a list of some common password choices and bad behavior to avoid:

  • Your name, or a family member or pet’s name

  • Social Security, account, or telephone numbers

  • Solitary word in any language. Hackers have dictionary-based systems to crack these types of passwords

  • Any part of your physical address

  • Anybody’s birth date

  • Other information that is easily obtained about the user

  • A word in the English or any foreign dictionary, even spelled backwards

  • A password used on another site

  • Sequences: “12345678”, or “33333333”, “abcdefgh”

  • Write your passwords down, share them with anyone or let anyone see you log into devices or websites.

  • Answer "yes" when prompted to save your password to a particular computer's browser.

 

The password choices and good behavior to do:

  • Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, symbols, and numbers.

  • Make sure your user passwords are at least eight characters long. The more characters and symbols your passwords contain, the more difficult they are to guess.

  • Change your passwords regularly.

  • Log out of websites and devices when you are finished using them.


Aware of Cyber threats:

If customer know what kind of cyber threats they might face these days, then they can avoid and protect themselves better. The list of threats and how to handle show as below

Common spam email security threats:

Spam emails are annoying enough, but some of them can put your digital safety at risk. Some spam messages contain viruses, malware, and other cyberthreats. Here are a few to watch for.

Trojan horses

Trojan horses come disguised as a legitimate program. Even if the customer think they know how to verify whether an email is legitimate, a trojan horse uses deception to get past those defense mechanisms.

For instance, It can hide inside free software downloads or arrive as an email attachment, possibly from someone you know.

When open the email, the trojan installs malicious code — typically spyware or viruses — designed to create problems on their computer.

It may allow an attacker to control the computer, lock you out, steal the data, account information or email addresses. Installing anti-malware software may help you catch these trojans.

To help avoid trojan horses, avoid clicking on pop-up messages on the computer. If you are seeing a lot of pop-ups, consider running an antivirus scan.

Zombies

Zombies are a type of malware that also comes in email attachments. They turn the computer into a server and sends spam to other computers. Customer may not know that their computer is compromised, but it may slow down considerably, or the battery may drain quickly. Meanwhile, the computer may be sending out waves of spam or attacking web pages.

One way to avoid zombies is to avoid opening attachments or clicking links in emails from the spam folder.

Lottery scams and fake offers

Sometimes, cyber thieves use old-school scams that might seem legitimate but are fake offers. These play on customer desires or good nature: You've won a lot of money or someone urgently needs your help.

The customer has not won a lottery or a cruise around the world. And they have not been selected by a foreign prince to receive $10 million, in exchange for the use of their bank account number. Look for phrases of urgency like, “Immediate,” and “Act Now” in the email’s title to avoid lottery scams and fake offers. Refer to the Delete Emails section of this post for additional characteristics to look for.

How to stay spam free:

So far, there is no such thing as a "do not email" list for spam. Until there is, Customer will have to take care of spam themselves.

Fortunately, there are good tools to help you do that. Most email programs include spam filters that can help detect and isolate spam. Many internet service providers filter out spam, so it never reaches your computer. But it is wise to install and run anti-virus security software that can eliminate viruses that may already live on the computer.

Spam emails, otherwise known as junk mail, are uninvited bulk-sent email messages delivered to an inbox. You probably receive email spam and marketing messages regularly. But there is one difference between a spam message and marketing message: permission.

Spam messages often come from illegitimate email addresses and may contain explicit or illegal content. These emails often use scare tactics, contain typos and misleading information, and are sent in bulk from an anonymous sender. They seldom contain an unsubscribe link, and if it does, that link may be embedded with malware. This could lead to cybercriminals gaining access to your computer, smartphone, and other devices.

There are ways to help slow the tide of unwanted emails. So, here are the few simple ways you can take to help eliminate spam emails.

1. Mark as spam

Most email services, such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and Apple Mail have algorithms that filter out spam and junk mail by tucking them away in a folder.

But if customer find a spam email in their regular inbox, don't delete the message — mark it as spam. Marking a suspicious email as spam will send it to the spam folder. Moving forward, if you receive any more emails from this address, the spam filter will know no to let it into your inbox.

2. Delete spam emails

There is a golden rule to dealing with spam emails: if it looks like a spam message, it probably is — so delete it without clicking or downloading anything. If the message in question appears to come from someone you know, contact them outside of your email.

3. Keep your email address private

Giving out your email address can increase the amount of spam email you receive. So, if it’s not essential to share, keep it private. Also, consider changing your email privacy settings.

4. Unsubscribe from email lists

Unsubscribing from email lists is an ideal way to keep out from spam email. Marketers often get the customer email address from online forms, social media, and scraping tools, and purchase customer information from other companies. So, the less they subscribe to, the less these marketers and spammers can find your address.

 

Common Phishing threats:

Phishing is a cybercrime in which scammers try to lure sensitive information or data from you, by disguising themselves as a trustworthy source. Phishers use multiple platforms.

How does phishing work?

  1. The phisher begins by determining who their targeted victims will be (whether at an organization or individual level) and creates strategies to collect data they can use to attack.

  2. Next, the phisher will create methods like fake emails or phony web pages to send messagesthat lure data from their victims.

  3. Phishers then send messages that appear trustworthyto the victims and begin the attack.

  4. Once the attack has been deployed, phishers will monitor and collect the datathat victims provide on the fake web pages.

  5. Finally, phishers use the collected data to make illegal purchases or commit fraudulent acts.

 

Types of phishing attacks


1. Email Phishing

The basic phishing email is sent by fraudsters impersonating legitimate companies, often banks or credit card providers. These emails are designed to trick you into providing log-in information or financial information, such as credit card numbers or Social Security numbers.

Other spoof emails might try to trick the customer into clicking a link that leads to a fake website designed to look like Amazon, eBay, or bank. These fake websites can then install malware or other viruses directly onto the computer, allowing hackers to steal personal information or take control of the computer, tablet, or smartphone.

How to recognize phishing emails

Scammers have become more sophisticated when it comes to sending out phishing emails. But there are still some signs the customer can look for:

  • Too good to be true offers.Phishing emails may try to hook you with what appears to be incredibly cheap offers for things like smartphones or vacations. The offers may look irresistible but resist them. They are likely phishing emails.

  • A bank — maybe not even your own — is asking for your account information or other personal financial information.Your bank, or any financial institution, will never ask for your Social Security number, bank account number, or PIN by email. Never provide this information in response to an email.

  • Spelling and grammatical mistakes.There was a time when you could easily spot phishing emails because they were littered with spelling and grammar mistakes. Scammers have gotten better at avoiding these errors, but if you do receive an email littered with typos and weird language, that email might be sent from someone phishing.

  • The generic greeting.Phishing emails might not be addressed specifically to you. Instead, the email might start with a generic greeting such as “Dear Sir or Madam” or “Dear Account Holder.”

  • A call for immediate action.Phishers want you to act quickly, without thinking. That is why many will send emails asking you to immediately click on a link or send account information to avoid having your bank account or credit card suspended. Never reply hastily to an emergency request. Urgent requests for action are often phishing scams.

  • Senders you do not recognize.If you do not recognize the sender of an email, consider deleting it. If you do decide to read it, be careful not to click on links or download files.

  • Senders you think you recognize.You might get a phishing email from a name you recognize. But here is the catch: That email may have come from the compromised email account of someone you know. If the email requests personal information or money, it is likely it’s a phishing email.

  • If you receive an email that requests you click on an unknown hyperlink, hovering over the option might show you that the link is really taking you to a fake, misspelled domain. This link is created to look legitimate but is likely a phishing scam.

  • The sender included attachments that do not make sense or appear spammy.

 

2.Pop-up phishing

Pop-up phishing is a scam in which pop-up ads trick users into installing malware on their computers or convince them to purchase antivirus protection they do not need.

These pop-up ads sometimes use scare tactics. A common pop-up phishing example is when an ad might pop up on a user’s screen warning the user that their computer has been infected and the only way to remove the virus is by installing a particular type of antivirus software.

Once the user installs this software, it either does not work or, worse, does infect the computer with malware.

 

How can I protect myself from phishing attempts?

Though hackers are constantly coming up with new phishing techniques, there is good news. There are some things that customer can do to protect themselves and their organization. All it requires is some common sense.

  • Do not open suspicious emails.If customer receive an email supposedly from a financial institution with an alarming subject line — such as “Account suspended!” or “Funds on hold” — delete it. If the customer is worried that there is a problem, log in to the account or contact the bank directly. If there really is a problem with the bank account or credit card, they can find information once they have logged in.

  • Do not click on suspicious links in emails.If the customer does open an email from someone they do not know and instructed to click on a link, do not. Often, these links will take you to fake websites that will then encourage them to either provide personal information or to click on links that might install malware on your computer.

  • Do not send financial information through email.their bank or credit card provider will never ask them to provide bank account numbers, Social Security number, or passwords through email.

  • Do not click on pop-up ads.Hackers can add fraudulent messages that pop up when visit even legitimate websites. Often, the pop-ups will warn the customer that their computer is infected and instruct them to call a phone number or install antivirus protection. Avoid this temptation. Scammers use these ads to either install malware on the computer or scam out for payment for a computer clean-up they do not need.

  • Use spam filters.Spam filters can help block emails from illegitimate sources, but the customer should always use best judgment in case phishing emails get past your blocker.

  • Sign up for antivirus protection.Make sure the computer is protected by strong, multi-layered security software.

Installing and running trusted security software may provide real-time threat protection, help them create and manage unique passwords, and help protect personal files and financial information from phishing attacks and other scams.

 

How to recover after responding to a phishing email

  • Change your passwords:Make sure to change the passwords they use for their banking, credit card and other accounts. Use a combination of numbers, letters, and symbols to make these passwords more difficult to crack. Consider enabling multi-factor authentication if it is available. Multi-factor authentication requires entering a second piece of information — such as a code sent to your smartphone — to access an account.

  • Contact your credit card providers:If the customer has given up credit card information, immediately call the credit card providers. They can freeze the account credit to prevent unauthorized purchases. They can also work with customer to determine which purchases on the accounts are legitimate and which were made by criminals.

  • Check your credit reports:Order free copies of the customer credit reports from Credit Report provider. Check these reports carefully for any unfamiliar activity to make sure no one has opened credit card accounts or loans in the customer’s name.

  • Study your credit card statements:Be on the lookout for any unauthorized or suspicious charges.

 

 

 

วันจันทร์, 22 มีนาคม 2564 16:16

ระบบป้องกันจาก Application

Mobile Application Security

Payment Services Directive 2 is the new regulatory standards requires to payment service providers to follow and integrated for secure and efficient payment process. A&B Money have Apps service provided to our customer under Google Play and Apple App Store which is affect directly by PSD2 under Subject of Common and Secure Communication (CSC).

Scope

To follow the PSD2 Compliance, A&B Money must update the Mobile Apps security to support the requirement of PSD2. The main thing of PSD2 is to protect consumers and to make the use of payment services safer. To meet these requirements, A&B Money should add security capabilities to the mobile apps for protect against known and unknown treats on users’ devices. At the same time, mobile banking apps should be able to detect when they are installed on risky devices and block access until those risks have been remediated.

Security Implement must have in any apps of A&B Money

  1. Mobile devices with access to the operating system are not permitted. (rooted / jailbroken) Access the app. To reduce the risk that malicious people can access the information of importance of service users and violate or avoid security measures provided by the service provider.

 

  1. Mobile devices running obsolete operating systems are not allowed. There are serious vulnerabilities announced by the international security agency. And affect the use of a broader user access to the application in case of obsolete OS There are other vulnerabilities that do not affect the broader user. There should be measures to mitigate the risk of the service provider. And service users as appropriate, such as notification of service users, limiting transaction limits and increasing Identity verification measures

 

  1. requesting access to resources or services by the application (application permission) on the user's mobile device as needed and there is a review process for permission. This is done regularly to prevent violations of the privacy rights of the users.

 

  1. Prevent important source codes such as money transfers, authentication, from Leaked from the application to reduce the risk that the malicious person modifies the source code.

 

  1. Prevent the implantation of sensitive information or malicious code. On the application

 

  1. Files encryption that is stored for Important information on mobile devices of users to protect information Significant loss of customers.

 

  1. Users are not allowed to use lower versions of the application. More than that specified by the service Provider To provide the application with a security that meets the standards of the service provider.

 

  1. Prevent Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS Attack) attacks. At the network layer (network layer) to protect the system from attacks and cannot provide services.

 

  1. Prevent threats from being intercepted or altered during transmission. (Man, in the Middle Attack) by confirming identity by Certificate Pinning technique or equivalent method, enforcing TLS version, use of secure communication channels (secure protocol) to transmit data.

 

  1. Prevent the identity of customers (Session Hijacking) and keylogger in mobile apps.

 

  1. Prevent unauthorized access to the host computer (server). Such as SQL Injection, Local File Inclusion or Directory Traversal. To reduce the risk of information leaks and system attacks.

 

Security Implement

Overlay Detection

This issue occurs in some mobile devices that have Android platform installed. Screen Overlay is a special permission granted to Android apps, with the help of which, apps can appear on top of another app screen. Nowadays, almost every app is using this permission to enhance its user experience.

 

Jailbreak & Root Detection

A&B Money takes privacy too seriously and how we handle personally identifiable information (PII) to protect your personal information accessed through A&B Money App. We block the operation of A&B Money App on devices that Root and jailbreak.

 

Active Memory Zeroing

Memory corruption bugs are a popular mainstay with hackers. This class of bug results from a programming error that causes the program to access an unintended memory location. Under the right conditions, attackers can capitalize on this behavior to hijack the execution flow of the vulnerable program and execute.

 

Secure Storage + Device Binding

Secure storage can be used to store sensitive information such as passwords, keys, certificates, etc. All the information in the secure storage is in encrypted format. And only access to your own secure storage

 

Anti-Code Injection

Identifying possible entry points for untrusted input then tracing from those locations to see if the destination contains potentially vulnerable functions. Identifying known, dangerous library / API calls (e.g., SQL queries) and then checking whether unchecked input successfully interfaces with respective queries.

 

Anti-Key Logging

Detect that your application is deployed in a compromised environment and take preventive actions (e.g., terminate the application). Disallow the use of non-standard/non-official keyboards from within your application.

 

Anti-Screen Reader

The screen magnifier, braille output device, on-screen keyboard should be detected, voice recognition, etc.

 

Debugger & VM Debuggers Prevention

Anti-debugging is an anti-analysis technique that is used by malware to check if it is being debugged. Malware authors use many techniques to prevent and or slow the reverse engineer from debugging their code.

 

Runtime Protection – Integrity Check

They can protect themselves from runtime analyzes and live attacks. Mechanisms monitor the health of applications and the environment in which they are running in real time. When a threat is detected, the application will respond in a pre-programmed manner. Possible reactions range from showing security alerts to terminating user sessions and applications, in addition to helping secure communication between the mobile application and the server.

 

Emulator Detection

To prevent protected applications from running within the emulator. (Simulated Environment) To prevent mobile apps from running on emulators, an effective emulator must be detected first.

 

Obfuscation

Renaming functions, methods, classes to use less descriptive names. Additional techniques include deleting debugging information such as type, source file parameter and line number, as well as deleting annotations.

 

Self-Shutdown

It actively detects malicious key logging, screen readers, repackaged applications, debuggers, and emulators, and jailbroken or rooted devices. It can then react to prevent screenshots, block screen duplication, or enable customized actions based on business policy (i.e. Application shut down).

 

 

 

วันจันทร์, 22 มีนาคม 2564 16:16

มาตรฐานการป้องกันของระบบ

Remote monitoring

and

Management IT Resources

 

Manage the several Computers in organization can be hard work and really need a lot of time to make sure any IT asset have firmware and software up to date. Remote monitoring and management IT Resources Tool will be the one point of control that improve security and reduce risk in the organization in several way:

  1. Reliability and Productivity To make all the IT assets managed and maintained from one point in real time for ensure all uptime and performance. Reduce the IT support time and associated cost.

  2. Reduce Risk To detect and repair problems which is reduce overall downtime and security risk.

  3. Enhance IT Security To make sure all the IT assets have regular updates on operation systems and have all vulnerabilities patched.

Scope:

All of officer’s computer will be install the client software of Remote monitor and management tool. The software will monitor all the machine and network usage activity to the main Account that hold by authorized person and regular update patch to the system. Authorized persons have ability to control and remote to client computer for purpose of solve the technical issues.

 

Remote monitoring and Management Use

 

1.Monitor IT assets

All the computer in the organization will be monitor on the system, performance, resources and process, uptime logged in user and network usage in real-time. Management software will be installed on authorized control person’s smartphone to help and control from anywhere any time. Any critical IT system issue will be alert directly to authorized control person.

 

2.Automate Task

Support automate task under the policy IT resources usage such as automate backup specific folder or automate notification to authorized control person when system triggered.

 

3.Routine update and patch

Routine make as twice a week to check and install update to operation system and software. Vulnerabilities patch update and antivirus scan task run as daily. Authorized person can take control the update process or start the process instantly.

 

4.Control and Remote

Authorized control person can remote to client computer to control or operate under the purpose of work or solve the technical issues. Chat and file sharing feature support work remote.  Authorized control person allows to control and command such as Restart the machine or Shutdown the computer by use the main software or App.

 

5. Report

Report summary usage of all IT assets in organization to know the overall and detail that help the organization to plan and mange the resources the report will be cover as list

  • Summary monitor and resource report.

  • Any issue or critical error report in the last 30 days.

  • Patch and update log and track.

  • Network usage report.

 

 

 

วันเสาร์, 20 มีนาคม 2564 16:23

มาตรฐานการป้องกันของระบบ

Remote monitoring

and

Management IT Resources

 

Manage the several Computers in organization can be hard work and really need a lot of time to make sure any IT asset have firmware and software up to date. Remote monitoring and management IT Resources Tool will be the one point of control that improve security and reduce risk in the organization in several way:

  1. Reliability and Productivity To make all the IT assets managed and maintained from one point in real time for ensure all uptime and performance. Reduce the IT support time and associated cost.

  2. Reduce Risk To detect and repair problems which is reduce overall downtime and security risk.

  3. Enhance IT Security To make sure all the IT assets have regular updates on operation systems and have all vulnerabilities patched.

Scope:

All of officer’s computer will be install the client software of Remote monitor and management tool. The software will monitor all the machine and network usage activity to the main Account that hold by authorized person and regular update patch to the system. Authorized persons have ability to control and remote to client computer for purpose of solve the technical issues.

 

Remote monitoring and Management Use

 

1.Monitor IT assets

All the computer in the organization will be monitor on the system, performance, resources and process, uptime logged in user and network usage in real-time. Management software will be installed on authorized control person’s smartphone to help and control from anywhere any time. Any critical IT system issue will be alert directly to authorized control person.

 

2.Automate Task

Support automate task under the policy IT resources usage such as automate backup specific folder or automate notification to authorized control person when system triggered.

 

3.Routine update and patch

Routine make as twice a week to check and install update to operation system and software. Vulnerabilities patch update and antivirus scan task run as daily. Authorized person can take control the update process or start the process instantly.

 

4.Control and Remote

Authorized control person can remote to client computer to control or operate under the purpose of work or solve the technical issues. Chat and file sharing feature support work remote.  Authorized control person allows to control and command such as Restart the machine or Shutdown the computer by use the main software or App.

 

5. Report

Report summary usage of all IT assets in organization to know the overall and detail that help the organization to plan and mange the resources the report will be cover as list

  • Summary monitor and resource report.

  • Any issue or critical error report in the last 30 days.

  • Patch and update log and track.

  • Network usage report.

 

 

 

วันเสาร์, 20 มีนาคม 2564 16:22

ระบบป้องกันจาก Application

Mobile Application Security

Payment Services Directive 2 is the new regulatory standards requires to payment service providers to follow and integrated for secure and efficient payment process. A&B Money have Apps service provided to our customer under Google Play and Apple App Store which is affect directly by PSD2 under Subject of Common and Secure Communication (CSC).

Scope

To follow the PSD2 Compliance, A&B Money must update the Mobile Apps security to support the requirement of PSD2. The main thing of PSD2 is to protect consumers and to make the use of payment services safer. To meet these requirements, A&B Money should add security capabilities to the mobile apps for protect against known and unknown treats on users’ devices. At the same time, mobile banking apps should be able to detect when they are installed on risky devices and block access until those risks have been remediated.

Security Implement must have in any apps of A&B Money

  1. Mobile devices with access to the operating system are not permitted. (rooted / jailbroken) Access the app. To reduce the risk that malicious people can access the information of importance of service users and violate or avoid security measures provided by the service provider.

 

  1. Mobile devices running obsolete operating systems are not allowed. There are serious vulnerabilities announced by the international security agency. And affect the use of a broader user access to the application in case of obsolete OS There are other vulnerabilities that do not affect the broader user. There should be measures to mitigate the risk of the service provider. And service users as appropriate, such as notification of service users, limiting transaction limits and increasing Identity verification measures

 

  1. requesting access to resources or services by the application (application permission) on the user's mobile device as needed and there is a review process for permission. This is done regularly to prevent violations of the privacy rights of the users.

 

  1. Prevent important source codes such as money transfers, authentication, from Leaked from the application to reduce the risk that the malicious person modifies the source code.

 

  1. Prevent the implantation of sensitive information or malicious code. On the application

 

  1. Files encryption that is stored for Important information on mobile devices of users to protect information Significant loss of customers.

 

  1. Users are not allowed to use lower versions of the application. More than that specified by the service Provider To provide the application with a security that meets the standards of the service provider.

 

  1. Prevent Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS Attack) attacks. At the network layer (network layer) to protect the system from attacks and cannot provide services.

 

  1. Prevent threats from being intercepted or altered during transmission. (Man, in the Middle Attack) by confirming identity by Certificate Pinning technique or equivalent method, enforcing TLS version, use of secure communication channels (secure protocol) to transmit data.

 

  1. Prevent the identity of customers (Session Hijacking) and keylogger in mobile apps.

 

  1. Prevent unauthorized access to the host computer (server). Such as SQL Injection, Local File Inclusion or Directory Traversal. To reduce the risk of information leaks and system attacks.

 

Security Implement

Overlay Detection

This issue occurs in some mobile devices that have Android platform installed. Screen Overlay is a special permission granted to Android apps, with the help of which, apps can appear on top of another app screen. Nowadays, almost every app is using this permission to enhance its user experience.

 

Jailbreak & Root Detection

A&B Money takes privacy too seriously and how we handle personally identifiable information (PII) to protect your personal information accessed through A&B Money App. We block the operation of A&B Money App on devices that Root and jailbreak.

 

Active Memory Zeroing

Memory corruption bugs are a popular mainstay with hackers. This class of bug results from a programming error that causes the program to access an unintended memory location. Under the right conditions, attackers can capitalize on this behavior to hijack the execution flow of the vulnerable program and execute.

 

Secure Storage + Device Binding

Secure storage can be used to store sensitive information such as passwords, keys, certificates, etc. All the information in the secure storage is in encrypted format. And only access to your own secure storage

 

Anti-Code Injection

Identifying possible entry points for untrusted input then tracing from those locations to see if the destination contains potentially vulnerable functions. Identifying known, dangerous library / API calls (e.g., SQL queries) and then checking whether unchecked input successfully interfaces with respective queries.

 

Anti-Key Logging

Detect that your application is deployed in a compromised environment and take preventive actions (e.g., terminate the application). Disallow the use of non-standard/non-official keyboards from within your application.

 

Anti-Screen Reader

The screen magnifier, braille output device, on-screen keyboard should be detected, voice recognition, etc.

 

Debugger & VM Debuggers Prevention

Anti-debugging is an anti-analysis technique that is used by malware to check if it is being debugged. Malware authors use many techniques to prevent and or slow the reverse engineer from debugging their code.

 

Runtime Protection – Integrity Check

They can protect themselves from runtime analyzes and live attacks. Mechanisms monitor the health of applications and the environment in which they are running in real time. When a threat is detected, the application will respond in a pre-programmed manner. Possible reactions range from showing security alerts to terminating user sessions and applications, in addition to helping secure communication between the mobile application and the server.

 

Emulator Detection

To prevent protected applications from running within the emulator. (Simulated Environment) To prevent mobile apps from running on emulators, an effective emulator must be detected first.

 

Obfuscation

Renaming functions, methods, classes to use less descriptive names. Additional techniques include deleting debugging information such as type, source file parameter and line number, as well as deleting annotations.

 

Self-Shutdown

It actively detects malicious key logging, screen readers, repackaged applications, debuggers, and emulators, and jailbroken or rooted devices. It can then react to prevent screenshots, block screen duplication, or enable customized actions based on business policy (i.e. Application shut down).

 

 

 

วันเสาร์, 20 มีนาคม 2564 16:18

ข้อควรระวังจากมิจฉาชีพ

IT Security Awareness for Customers

Awareness and Knowledge for Online Banking Services:

Cybercriminal attacks on individuals most of the time so it is important to be aware of the threats and to approach anything on the internet that involves customer identity or account numbers with caution. Cyber criminals have several ways to steal identity such as creating fake websites that mimic legitimate sites such as PayPal or Some Banking Website to steal confidential information.

In some case, theft and fraud is committed by family members and friends or acquaintances of victims who, because of these relationships, have relatively easy access to account numbers and passwords saved on computers.


Security Practices list

  • Verify use of a secure session (https:// and not http://) when entering passwords on the internet.

  • Pay attention to the URL (web address) that you are visiting! Fraudulent websites often create misleading web address like https://www.somecompany.AnotherWebsite.com/ to trick users of a https://www.somecompany.com/ into believing they are visiting a legitimate site where they have an account when they are really at a password harvesting spoof of the legitimate website. This is a quite common trick that scammers use to fool users for steal passwords by fake copies of real websites

  • No website or service will ever lose a user’s login information and request that the user provide it to the website or company. Requests involving this sort of statement are always a scam and usually involve some sort of coercive statement such as threatening the loss of funds if login credentials are not supplied in time.

  • Avoid saving passwords to any computer.

  • Always use Log Out buttons when you are finished to end your secure sessions. This helps prevent session hijacking attacks where hackers keep sessions open when you think they have been closed.

  • Never leave computers unattended when using online banking services.

  • Never access sensitive computer systems or websites from public computers at a hotel, library, coffee shop or when using your own devices over any public wireless access point.

  • Offers for employment as a mystery shopper, payment processor, etc. where you are required to use your personal account for someone else’s business purposes are never legitimate.

  • No legitimate business will attempt to move business funds through anyone’s personal account.

Password Security:

It is difficult to the system to check that user who have the correct password is the truly account holder so it mostly important that customer must keep their passwords private and immediately report any suspected security violations. Below is a list of some common password choices and bad behavior to avoid:

  • Your name, or a family member or pet’s name

  • Social Security, account, or telephone numbers

  • Solitary word in any language. Hackers have dictionary-based systems to crack these types of passwords

  • Any part of your physical address

  • Anybody’s birth date

  • Other information that is easily obtained about the user

  • A word in the English or any foreign dictionary, even spelled backwards

  • A password used on another site

  • Sequences: “12345678”, or “33333333”, “abcdefgh”

  • Write your passwords down, share them with anyone or let anyone see you log into devices or websites.

  • Answer "yes" when prompted to save your password to a particular computer's browser.

 

The password choices and good behavior to do:

  • Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, symbols, and numbers.

  • Make sure your user passwords are at least eight characters long. The more characters and symbols your passwords contain, the more difficult they are to guess.

  • Change your passwords regularly.

  • Log out of websites and devices when you are finished using them.


Aware of Cyber threats:

If customer know what kind of cyber threats they might face these days, then they can avoid and protect themselves better. The list of threats and how to handle show as below

Common spam email security threats:

Spam emails are annoying enough, but some of them can put your digital safety at risk. Some spam messages contain viruses, malware, and other cyberthreats. Here are a few to watch for.

Trojan horses

Trojan horses come disguised as a legitimate program. Even if the customer think they know how to verify whether an email is legitimate, a trojan horse uses deception to get past those defense mechanisms.

For instance, It can hide inside free software downloads or arrive as an email attachment, possibly from someone you know.

When open the email, the trojan installs malicious code — typically spyware or viruses — designed to create problems on their computer.

It may allow an attacker to control the computer, lock you out, steal the data, account information or email addresses. Installing anti-malware software may help you catch these trojans.

To help avoid trojan horses, avoid clicking on pop-up messages on the computer. If you are seeing a lot of pop-ups, consider running an antivirus scan.

Zombies

Zombies are a type of malware that also comes in email attachments. They turn the computer into a server and sends spam to other computers. Customer may not know that their computer is compromised, but it may slow down considerably, or the battery may drain quickly. Meanwhile, the computer may be sending out waves of spam or attacking web pages.

One way to avoid zombies is to avoid opening attachments or clicking links in emails from the spam folder.

Lottery scams and fake offers

Sometimes, cyber thieves use old-school scams that might seem legitimate but are fake offers. These play on customer desires or good nature: You've won a lot of money or someone urgently needs your help.

The customer has not won a lottery or a cruise around the world. And they have not been selected by a foreign prince to receive $10 million, in exchange for the use of their bank account number. Look for phrases of urgency like, “Immediate,” and “Act Now” in the email’s title to avoid lottery scams and fake offers. Refer to the Delete Emails section of this post for additional characteristics to look for.

How to stay spam free:

So far, there is no such thing as a "do not email" list for spam. Until there is, Customer will have to take care of spam themselves.

Fortunately, there are good tools to help you do that. Most email programs include spam filters that can help detect and isolate spam. Many internet service providers filter out spam, so it never reaches your computer. But it is wise to install and run anti-virus security software that can eliminate viruses that may already live on the computer.

Spam emails, otherwise known as junk mail, are uninvited bulk-sent email messages delivered to an inbox. You probably receive email spam and marketing messages regularly. But there is one difference between a spam message and marketing message: permission.

Spam messages often come from illegitimate email addresses and may contain explicit or illegal content. These emails often use scare tactics, contain typos and misleading information, and are sent in bulk from an anonymous sender. They seldom contain an unsubscribe link, and if it does, that link may be embedded with malware. This could lead to cybercriminals gaining access to your computer, smartphone, and other devices.

There are ways to help slow the tide of unwanted emails. So, here are the few simple ways you can take to help eliminate spam emails.

1. Mark as spam

Most email services, such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and Apple Mail have algorithms that filter out spam and junk mail by tucking them away in a folder.

But if customer find a spam email in their regular inbox, don't delete the message — mark it as spam. Marking a suspicious email as spam will send it to the spam folder. Moving forward, if you receive any more emails from this address, the spam filter will know no to let it into your inbox.

2. Delete spam emails

There is a golden rule to dealing with spam emails: if it looks like a spam message, it probably is — so delete it without clicking or downloading anything. If the message in question appears to come from someone you know, contact them outside of your email.

3. Keep your email address private

Giving out your email address can increase the amount of spam email you receive. So, if it’s not essential to share, keep it private. Also, consider changing your email privacy settings.

4. Unsubscribe from email lists

Unsubscribing from email lists is an ideal way to keep out from spam email. Marketers often get the customer email address from online forms, social media, and scraping tools, and purchase customer information from other companies. So, the less they subscribe to, the less these marketers and spammers can find your address.

 

Common Phishing threats:

Phishing is a cybercrime in which scammers try to lure sensitive information or data from you, by disguising themselves as a trustworthy source. Phishers use multiple platforms.

How does phishing work?

  1. The phisher begins by determining who their targeted victims will be (whether at an organization or individual level) and creates strategies to collect data they can use to attack.

  2. Next, the phisher will create methods like fake emails or phony web pages to send messagesthat lure data from their victims.

  3. Phishers then send messages that appear trustworthyto the victims and begin the attack.

  4. Once the attack has been deployed, phishers will monitor and collect the datathat victims provide on the fake web pages.

  5. Finally, phishers use the collected data to make illegal purchases or commit fraudulent acts.

 

Types of phishing attacks


1. Email Phishing

The basic phishing email is sent by fraudsters impersonating legitimate companies, often banks or credit card providers. These emails are designed to trick you into providing log-in information or financial information, such as credit card numbers or Social Security numbers.

Other spoof emails might try to trick the customer into clicking a link that leads to a fake website designed to look like Amazon, eBay, or bank. These fake websites can then install malware or other viruses directly onto the computer, allowing hackers to steal personal information or take control of the computer, tablet, or smartphone.

How to recognize phishing emails

Scammers have become more sophisticated when it comes to sending out phishing emails. But there are still some signs the customer can look for:

  • Too good to be true offers.Phishing emails may try to hook you with what appears to be incredibly cheap offers for things like smartphones or vacations. The offers may look irresistible but resist them. They are likely phishing emails.

  • A bank — maybe not even your own — is asking for your account information or other personal financial information.Your bank, or any financial institution, will never ask for your Social Security number, bank account number, or PIN by email. Never provide this information in response to an email.

  • Spelling and grammatical mistakes.There was a time when you could easily spot phishing emails because they were littered with spelling and grammar mistakes. Scammers have gotten better at avoiding these errors, but if you do receive an email littered with typos and weird language, that email might be sent from someone phishing.

  • The generic greeting.Phishing emails might not be addressed specifically to you. Instead, the email might start with a generic greeting such as “Dear Sir or Madam” or “Dear Account Holder.”

  • A call for immediate action.Phishers want you to act quickly, without thinking. That is why many will send emails asking you to immediately click on a link or send account information to avoid having your bank account or credit card suspended. Never reply hastily to an emergency request. Urgent requests for action are often phishing scams.

  • Senders you do not recognize.If you do not recognize the sender of an email, consider deleting it. If you do decide to read it, be careful not to click on links or download files.

  • Senders you think you recognize.You might get a phishing email from a name you recognize. But here is the catch: That email may have come from the compromised email account of someone you know. If the email requests personal information or money, it is likely it’s a phishing email.

  • If you receive an email that requests you click on an unknown hyperlink, hovering over the option might show you that the link is really taking you to a fake, misspelled domain. This link is created to look legitimate but is likely a phishing scam.

  • The sender included attachments that do not make sense or appear spammy.

 

2.Pop-up phishing

Pop-up phishing is a scam in which pop-up ads trick users into installing malware on their computers or convince them to purchase antivirus protection they do not need.

These pop-up ads sometimes use scare tactics. A common pop-up phishing example is when an ad might pop up on a user’s screen warning the user that their computer has been infected and the only way to remove the virus is by installing a particular type of antivirus software.

Once the user installs this software, it either does not work or, worse, does infect the computer with malware.

 

How can I protect myself from phishing attempts?

Though hackers are constantly coming up with new phishing techniques, there is good news. There are some things that customer can do to protect themselves and their organization. All it requires is some common sense.

  • Do not open suspicious emails.If customer receive an email supposedly from a financial institution with an alarming subject line — such as “Account suspended!” or “Funds on hold” — delete it. If the customer is worried that there is a problem, log in to the account or contact the bank directly. If there really is a problem with the bank account or credit card, they can find information once they have logged in.

  • Do not click on suspicious links in emails.If the customer does open an email from someone they do not know and instructed to click on a link, do not. Often, these links will take you to fake websites that will then encourage them to either provide personal information or to click on links that might install malware on your computer.

  • Do not send financial information through email.their bank or credit card provider will never ask them to provide bank account numbers, Social Security number, or passwords through email.

  • Do not click on pop-up ads.Hackers can add fraudulent messages that pop up when visit even legitimate websites. Often, the pop-ups will warn the customer that their computer is infected and instruct them to call a phone number or install antivirus protection. Avoid this temptation. Scammers use these ads to either install malware on the computer or scam out for payment for a computer clean-up they do not need.

  • Use spam filters.Spam filters can help block emails from illegitimate sources, but the customer should always use best judgment in case phishing emails get past your blocker.

  • Sign up for antivirus protection.Make sure the computer is protected by strong, multi-layered security software.

Installing and running trusted security software may provide real-time threat protection, help them create and manage unique passwords, and help protect personal files and financial information from phishing attacks and other scams.

 

How to recover after responding to a phishing email

  • Change your passwords:Make sure to change the passwords they use for their banking, credit card and other accounts. Use a combination of numbers, letters, and symbols to make these passwords more difficult to crack. Consider enabling multi-factor authentication if it is available. Multi-factor authentication requires entering a second piece of information — such as a code sent to your smartphone — to access an account.

  • Contact your credit card providers:If the customer has given up credit card information, immediately call the credit card providers. They can freeze the account credit to prevent unauthorized purchases. They can also work with customer to determine which purchases on the accounts are legitimate and which were made by criminals.

  • Check your credit reports:Order free copies of the customer credit reports from Credit Report provider. Check these reports carefully for any unfamiliar activity to make sure no one has opened credit card accounts or loans in the customer’s name.

  • Study your credit card statements:Be on the lookout for any unauthorized or suspicious charges.

 

 

 

วันศุกร์, 04 ธันวาคม 2563 16:33

อัตราราคาธุรกิจ

Business Account Price & Bank Fee Standard

 

  

 

Account Opening
KYB Compliance & Admin proceed for GBP account £150.00
KYB Compliance & Admin proceed for EUR account £150.00
KYB Compliance & Admin proceed for USD account £150.00
Risk Business i.e. Money remittance / Cryptocurrency  From £2,000
   
   
Monthly Charge  
Monthly Service Charge on GBP account £50.00
Monthly Service Charge on EUR account €65.00
Monthly Service Charge on USD account $75.00
Compliance Monthly Charge (Financial& Risk Business) £500.00
   
   
Account Pricing  
Outgoing Bank Transfer (UK Local account) £0.99
Incoming Bank Transfer (UK Local account) £0.79
Outgoing Bank Transfer (EU SEPA) €0.99
Incoming Bank Transfer (EU SEPA) €0.89
Outgoing Bank Transfer (EU SEPA) - Urgent €2.00
Incoming Bank Transfer (EU SEPA) - Urgent €1.00
Incoming Bank Transfer USD $20.00 
   
   
International Payment (SWIFT PAYMENT)  
Incoming in GBP via Swift international £15.00
Outgoing in GBP via Swift international £25.00
Incoming in EUR via Swift international €20.00
Outgoing in EUR via Swift international €30.00
Incoming in USD via Swift international $20.00
Outgoing in USD via Swift international - Not Available N/A
   
   
Bank Services Fee  
Bank Swift Message (proof of payment for bank trace) £15.00 
Changing Conversation date £15.00 
   
   
FX Fee (Between the account)  
FX margins from 40 basis points (0.40%) depend on trade volume From 0.40%
   
   
Cash Deposit to Account  
Cash deposit with A&B Money Branch 1%
Withdraw Cash with A&B Money Branch  Free
   
   
Card Pricing  
Card Fee £10.00
Lost/ Stolen Replacement Card £10.00
ATM withdraw domestic up to £250 per time / 4 time a day £3.00
ATM withdrawal international £10.00
Debit/Credit Card deposit to account  Minimum £1 or base on volume GBP 0.50% / 1.00%
Instant bank transfer between A&B Money account £2.00
Manual debit/credit (By Bank Staff) Free
ATM Balance Inquiry £0.99
ATM PIN change £0.99
POS domestic £0.50
POS international GBP 1.00 plus 1.00%
POS/ATM Decline £0.50
PIN Reveal £2.00
FX Fee (between the currency on platform) 3.00%
   
   
Cash Deposit to Account  
Cash deposit with A&B Money Branch  1%
Withdraw Cash with A&B Money Branch  Free
Minimum Cash Deposit with Post Office / Pay Zone  £2.00
Maximum Cash Deposit on transaction    £5,000.00
Max Load Amount Per Day  £5,000.00
Maximum Card Balance £1,000,000.00
Maximum POS daily spend On Account Balance
Max number of deposits cash per day     1.0
Maximum ATM daily Withdrawal  £ 250/ 4 time a day
   
   

Please note : Online Banking & Card will be lock if system unable to redeem System Monthly Service Charge £50 / €65.00 / $75 (Depend on which currency account you opened)
 

วันศุกร์, 04 ธันวาคม 2563 16:20

กฏหมายป้องกันข้อมูลความลับ

A&B GENERAL LIMITED 

DATA PROTECTION ADDENDUM RELATING TO THE PARTIES’ OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION EU 2016/679 (“GDPR”)



1. Scope and Applicability 

1.1 This Data Protection Addendum (“Addendum”) supplements the Payment Gateway Terms and Conditions (“Agreement”) between the parties. Any provision of the Agreement that is incompatible with this Addendum or with applicable requirements of the GDPR shall be deemed null and void. The provisions of this Addendum shall replace Section 13 of the Agreement and supersede any other conflicting provisions of the Agreement. 

1.2 Part A applies in situations where we act as a processor for you and Part B applies in situations where we act as a controller, in each case, in relation to Personal Data that is exchanged between the parties concerning Customers and other data subjects. 
1.3 Capitalised terms not defined in the Agreement that are used in this Addendum shall have the meaning set out in Part C. 



Part A: Our obligations as a processor



2. Our obligations as processor 

2.1 We will act only on documented instructions from you (including in respect of any transfers of Personal Data outside the EU/EEA) unless the instructions require material changes to the Agreement. 

2.2 We shall ensure that all persons authorised to process Personal Data on your behalf in relation to the Services have committed themselves to confidentiality in respect of the data. 

2.3 We shall assist you, as far as is possible, in fulfilling your obligation to respond to the requests of data subjects seeking to exercise their rights under the GDPR, in so far as they relate to the provision of the Services. 

2.4 To ensure the security of the Personal Data that we process on your behalf, and to safeguard the rights of data subjects, we have put in place and will maintain technical and organisational measures appropriate to the risks associated with the Services. 

2.5 On receiving a written request, we shall assist you in meeting your GDPR obligations in relation to the following:

(a) the security of the processing of Personal Data in relation to the Services; 

(b) the notification of Personal Data breaches where required; and 

(c) the conduct of data protection impact assessments, where necessary. 

2.6 Upon termination of the Agreement and your request, we shall either delete or return all Personal Data to you, unless we are legally obliged to keep such data. 

2.7 Upon request, we shall provide you with information necessary to demonstrate our compliance with the obligations set out in this Section 2, and shall allow for and contribute to audits, including inspections, conducted by you in relation to the processing activities connected to the provision of the Services. Your right to audit will be limited to once in any twelve-month period, and limited in time to a maximum of two (2) business days and scope, 

as reasonably agreed in advance between the parties. Reasonable advance notice of at least sixty (60) days is required, unless a Data Protection Law requires earlier audit. We will use current certifications or other audit reports to minimise unnecessary and repetitive audits. The parties will each bear their own expenses of audit, unless such audit reveals a breach by us (as independently verified by us), in which case we shall bear our own expenses of audit. If an audit determines that we have breached our obligations under the Agreement, we will promptly remedy the breach at our own cost. 


2.7 We will promptly inform you if we become aware of any suspected or confirmed Personal Data Breach involving Customer Personal Data. 

2.8 We shall immediately inform you if an instruction relating to Section 2.7 would, in our sole discretion, infringe the GDPR or other Data Protection Laws of the EU or an EU Member State having jurisdiction over the Agreement. 

2.9 We shall not engage any subprocessors to assist in providing the Services, unless we have :

(a) entered into a written contract with the subprocessor that obligates the subprocessor to comply with all relevant obligations applicable to us under this Section 2; and 

(b) obtained prior written authorisation from you. 

2.10 A list of our existing subprocessors, their roles, and the location of the processing carried out by them is set out in the Schedule to this Addendum. By entering into this Addendum, you agree that we may use these subprocessors for the purposes of providing the Services. 

2.11 We will notify you in advance of any changes to the list of subprocessors. 

2.12 Subprocessors will have the same obligations as we do as a processor (or subprocessor) with regards to their processing of Personal Data. 



Part B: Obligations of the parties when we act as a data controller in relation to you


3. Compliance with the GDPR 


3.1 The parties acknowledge that each is an independent controller of the Personal Data that it collects and processes in relation to activities that are necessary for carrying out the contractual relationship between them. This Personal Data includes, for example, the business contact data of each party’s employees and other stakeholders exchanged for the purposes of entering into the Agreement, sending promotional material and managing the business relationship. 

3.2 Our Privacy Notice can be found at securetrading.com 



4. Mutual Cooperation 


4.1 The parties shall cooperate with one another, upon reasonable request, in relation to compliance with the provisions of the GDPR relating to the provision of the Services, including with regard to responses to data subject requests for the exercise of their rights under the GDPR and any information requests, investigations, complaints or other actions of a national data protection supervisory authority. 

4.2 Where each party is acting as a controller, each party shall notify the other of any incident that involves a Personal Data Breach that relates to the provision of the Services without undue delay. The notification should describe the incident, the type of Personal Data involved, the identity of any affected persons or the approximate number of individuals affected, the potential consequences of a breach, and any immediate mitigation steps required or in progress. 


Part C: Definitions 

(a) “Data Protection Law(s)” shall mean the Data Protection Act 1998 (the “DPA”), the Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC), the Electronic Communications Data Protection Directive (2002/58/EC), the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 (SI 2426/2003) (as amended), the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) and all applicable laws and regulations relating to Personal Data and privacy which are enacted from time to time in any relevant jurisdiction, including (where applicable) the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office and any other competent authority, and the equivalent of any of the foregoing in any relevant jurisdiction. Where the term Laws in used in the Agreement, it shall be construed to include the Data Protection Laws. 

(b) “GDPR” means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 as applied, modified, added to, limited, widened, substituted, replaced or repealed by UK law or regulation (and references to any Article or provision of the Regulation shall be interpreted accordingly). 

(c) “Personal Data” shall mean any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual; an identifiable individual is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more factors specific to his physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity (including special categories of Personal Data listed in Article 9(1) of GDPR). 

(d) “Personal Data Breach” shall mean accidental, unauthorised, or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, or disclosure of, or access to, Personal Data. 
4.3 The terms "controller", "processor", "data subject" and "processing" shall have the meanings given to such terms in the GDPR, except where and to the extent that the context requires otherwise. 


5. Liability 

5.1 Subject to clause 6 of the Agreement, we shall only be liable for damage caused by processing where we have not complied with our obligations under Clause 2 of this Addendum or where we have acted outside or contrary to lawful and agreed instructions from you.



SCHEDULE TO ADDENDUM

This list identifies the subprocessors authorised to access Personal Data used by our systems. 
Sub processors are permitted to process Personal Data to deliver the services we have retained them to provide. They are prohibited from using Personal Data for any other purpose.

 

Subcontractor Location Function(s) Performed 
ACI United Kingdom / United States of America Cardholder Fraud Monitoring
Allied Irish Bank Ireland Transaction Processing and Settlement
Alipay China Transaction Processing and Settlement
Amazon Ireland / United Kingdom  Operations and Service Maintenance
American Express United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
Australia and New Zealand Banking Australia Transaction Processing and Settlement
Apple Inc United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Atlassian United States of America / Ireland Operations and Service Maintenance
ATOS United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
Barclays United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
Catella Luxembourg Transaction Processing and Settlement
Chase Bank United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Cloudflare United States of America Content Delivery Network
Compass United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Currency Select United States of America Exchange Rate Processing
Datawire Australia Transaction Processing
Elavon United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Finastra Ireland Operations and Service Maintenance
First Data United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
Fexco United Kingdom Exchange Rate Processing
Funanga Ireland Transaction Processing and Settlement
G4S Germany Operations and Service Maintenance
HSBC United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
JetPay United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Omnipay Ireland Transaction Processing and Settlement
PPro United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
Mastercard United Kingdom / United States of America / Europe Cardholder Fraud Monitoring Transaction Processing
Microsoft United States of America / Ireland Operations and Service Maintenance
Millennium Digital United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
PayPal United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Paysafe Germany Transaction Processing and Settlement
Salesforce United States of America Operations and Service Maintenance Customer and Technical Support
Streamline United Kingdom Transaction Processing and Settlement
The Access Group United Kingdom Operations and Service Maintenance
Vantiv United States of America Transaction Processing and Settlement
Visa Europe / United States of America Transaction Processing

 

 

Notice and Disclaimer
This Schedule is subject to change at any time. Last updated: 24th May 2018

 

วันศุกร์, 04 ธันวาคม 2563 16:19

เงื่อนไขการสั่งจ่าย

SINGLE USE PAYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

1. MONEY TRANSFER SERVICE 

1.1 These terms and conditions govern the money transfer services provided to you by A&B General UK Ltd., of M228, Trident Business Centre,89 Bickersteth Road, London SW17 9SH, No. 6928080 (referred to as "we/our/us").

1.2 Our head office address is 163 Bellville House, 4 John Donne Way, London SE10 9FW, telephone number 02033559660, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

1.3 [The address of the branch or the agent providing the money transfer service is Second Floor, Pepys House, 10 Greenwich Quay, Clarence Rd, London SE8 3EY, telephone number 02033559660, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

1.4 We are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 (registration number no. 716949) for the provision of payment services.

 

2 .SENDING A PAYMENT 

2.1 You must give consent before the execution of each payment transaction by giving us payment instructions in a signed and completed payment instruction form (which is available at our premises and those of our branches and agents or from our Website or by contacting us using the contact details set out in clause 1 of these Terms and Conditions) by email, letter, in each case correctly addressed to us, or by handing it to us at our premises.

2.2 You must provide us with information which clearly identifies:

• the individual to whom you are sending the money (the "payee"); and/or

• details of the payee's payment account (if they have one).

Your payment instruction form will set out which information we need which could comprise the payee’s bank sort code and account number or, where applicable, the payee's SWIFT number, BIC and IBAN. It is your responsibility to check that the information you provide to us is correct. 

 

3. TIMING 

3.1 We will transfer your payment so that the money reaches the firm where your payee will collect it by:

• the end of the next business day after we received your instruction for sterling payment transactions to a payee in the UK;

• the end of the next business day after we received your instruction for Euro payment transactions to a payee in the EEA; or

• the end of the fourth business day after we receive your instruction for all payment transactions in EEA currencies (other than Euro) to a payee in the EEA.

3.2 For details of the execution times for payments to be made to a payee outside of the EEA or payments in currencies other than EEA currencies, please contact us for further details. 

3.3  Where you want money transferred on a specific day, you agree that the time we receive your instruction is that specific day 

3.4 If we did not receive your payment instruction before 16:00 on a business day for us (or if we received it on a day which is not a business day for us), we will treat it as if we received it on the next business day.

3.5 You cannot amend or cancel your instruction to us unless you have asked us to transfer your money on a specific day in the future and you give us written notice no later than the end of the business day before that specific day.  

3.6 "business day" means a day on which we are open for business (other than a Saturday or Sunday or a public holiday).

 

4. FEES AND CHARGES

4.1 When you are sending money, you agree to pay us, at the time we accept your instruction to send your money transfer, the fees and charges (if any) which we write on your payment instruction form.

4.2 When you are receiving money, we may deduct, from the money transferred to us before we make it available to you, the fees and charges (if any) set out in the written information we give you when you receive the money. 

 

5. EXCHANGE RATE

5.1 We will write on your payment instruction form or receipt the exchange rate applied to your money transfer when you are sending or receiving money. We usually convert your money from sterling (£) at the time of you making payment the relevant amount in the currency of the country where the payee is located

 

6. GENERAL

6.1 We are not obliged to perform our obligations if abnormal and unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control prevent us from doing so.

6.2 You may be entitled to redress for an incorrectly executed money transfer only if you notify us without undue delay on becoming aware of it, and in any event no later than 13 months after the date of the transfer. 

6.3 Where you are sending money, we are responsible to you for the correct execution of the money transfer unless the payee's payment service provider received the amount of the payment transaction in accordance with the payment transfer times set out in clause 3.1 of these Terms and Conditions. You may request that we make immediate efforts to trace the payment transaction and notify you of the outcome.  

6.4 Where we are liable to you as payer under clause 6.3 of these Terms and Conditions for a non-executed or defective payment transaction, we will without undue delay refund to you the amount of the transaction. If you ask us to make a payment and the payee’s payment service provider receives it later than the payment transfer times set out in clause 3.1 of these Terms and Conditions, you can ask us and we will contact the payee’s payment service provider and ask them to correct the amount of interest and charges on the payee’s payment  account (if applicable) so that it is as if the payment was received on time.

6.5 Where you are the intended payee of a payment instruction initiated by a third party payer, and the payer's payment service provider can prove that we received the amount of the payment transaction in accordance with the payment transfer times set out in clause 3.1 of these Terms and Conditions, we are liable to you for the correct execution of the payment transaction and shall immediately make available the amount of the payment transaction to you as payee. 

6.6 No compensation is available from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme if we are unable to meet our obligations. Our relationship with you is not that of a bank or trustee.

6.7 Neither these Terms and Conditions nor any transaction carried out under them shall confer contractual or other rights on, or be enforceable against us by, any party other than you.

6.8 We are not liable for any losses not directly associated with any incident that may cause you to make a claim against us, nor are we liable for loss of profits, loss of business, loss of goodwill or any form of special damages.

6.9 You agree that you are not sending or receiving a payment transfer for or in connection with any criminal or illegal purpose.

6.10 We can communicate with you by telephone, email, text message and/or in writing or any other form of electronic communication by which you have chosen to be able to give us

instructions. And all information provided, made available and notified to you shall be in English. 

6.11 We will contact you by telephone, email, text message if there are suspected or actual frauds or security threats.  

6.12 We may use information about you to discharge our anti-money laundering, security validation and verification responsibilities, to provide our services and to manage our relationship with you. We may disclose this information to payers, payees and intermediaries in the course of providing our services or as required by Regulation EC 2015/847 on information on the payer accompanying transfers of funds; persons with whom we share information for anti-money-laundering, security verification or validation purposes; regulatory and prosecuting authorities; service providers acting on our behalf. This may involve transfer of information to countries which do not have data protection laws as strict as those in the UK. If you wish to access or correct the information that we hold about you, please contact our Data Protection Officer at «RAddress1».

 

7. LAW AND JURISDICTION

7.1 These Terms and Conditions and all matters arising from or connected with them are governed by English law. The courts of England have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute arising from or connected with these Terms and Conditions (including a dispute regarding their existence, validity or termination or relating to any non-contractual or other obligation arising out of or in connection with them) or the consequences of their nullity.

 

8. COMPLAINTS

8.1 Please tell us if you have any problems with our service: we will seek to resolve your complaint as quickly as possible. If you are not happy with our response, or, where you are eligible to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service, if we have not finished investigating your complaint in accordance with the timescales required by law, you may be able to refer your complaint to The Financial Ombudsman Service, South Quay Plaza, 183 Marsh Wall, London E14 9SR (http://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/).

8.2  You may also be able to submit a claim through the European Online Dispute Resolution Platform (available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/).

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