BOB today posted interim Financial Statements for the third quarter of FY2019 ended March 31st, 2019. The statements can be found at the Shareholder Centre.
Bank of The Bahamas Limited has become aware of a phishing email message that is currently targeting the Bank’s customers. The email message with the subject “Debit Authorization Notification”, “Your Debit Notification”, "Your Debit Alert Notice" or similar appears to come from Bank of The Bahamas Limited however, Bank of The Bahamas has not issued this message nor is the Bank in any way associated with this activity...
Bank of The Bahamas provides the following information in response to the Emergency Order issued by the Government of The Bahamas in response to COVID-19. This information will be updated regularly.
Bank of The Bahamas Limited, a member of The Clearing Bank’s Association (CBA), provides useful information and Guidance on how incidences involving spoofing, phishing or spam should be handled.
We also encourage you read the bank’s Security Recommendations.
Don't fall victim to mystery shopping scams! Never give out your personal or financial information and never wire money to persons you don't know!
BOB will never send you emails with click thru iinks asking you to check your account or update personal information. If you receive a suspicious email notify us by forwarding it to email@example.com. If you suspect you have been scammed ...
Please note that if you are experiencing issues in acessing your unemployment and government assistance payments we are here to help!
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