The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) advises caution against responding to fraudulent e-mails and internet postings purporting to be legitimate CBUAE communications and messages.
The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) is aware that its name and those of its employees are sometimes used to create and promote different forms of fraud, perpetrated by third parties.
Some scams are attempts at identity theft, including fraudulent e-mails, faxes and copies of our website. E-mails or letters may propose various schemes, such as offering loans, investment opportunities or participation in financial transactions, and / or requiring an advance payment in connection with a transaction supposedly to be made through the CBUAE.
These fraudulent materials use the CBUAE’s name, logo and address, or the names of our staff and management – all without CBUAE’s permission.
The CBUAE requests you to be alert, and to confirm the authenticity of any e-mails or documents you receive, purporting to be from the CBUAE.
We urge you to make sure that all communications are legitimate, and NOT to send money to any unauthorized individuals or institutions.
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Last updated on: Monday 01 August 2022
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