- Seek supplier confirmation if a change of banking details is received from a supplier. Always confirm by contacting the supplier on the trusted details recorded in your system. A phone call is usually best, particularly if your supplier’s email system has been hacked.
- Be alert to phishing scams - BEC (Business E-mail Compromise) scams are often initiated with a phishing attack. Avoid providing information about your company or its employees to unknown senders or callers.
- Treat urgent requests with suspicion. Don’t be tempted by urgent email requests from customers or suppliers, as there are increased instances of fake transaction requests by scammers purporting to be customers or suppliers. Always check email addresses and details carefully and ensure standard policies and processes are adopted.
To report any fraudulent activity, please contact ANZ Customer Protection Hotline: 13 70 28 or +61 3 8693 7153 (International) Hours of operation: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm (AET).
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These payments concern previous incorrect charges as a result of accounts being overcharged. ANZ has calculated the amount and will return the difference to customers.
Impacted customers will see a credit transaction on or around 12 December, including the reference ‘ANZInst/IRID/22/4’ in their transaction history or bank statement. ANZ will also be mailing letters explaining the payments.If you received one or more of these payments and would like to know more, please email InstoRemediation@anz.com or contact the ANZ Client Service Centre on 133 199, Monday to Friday, 7am to 8pm AEST, quoting reference ANZInst/IRID22/4.
More ANZ Transactive Trade articles will be added in the coming months.