Your One Time Password (OTP) is the first line of defense against potential fraudsters. Do not share your One Time Password (OTP) with anyone under any circumstances.
Most banks and payment companies have the ability to send you alerts when you make a purchase, pay or withdraw money using their payment platform. Please subscribe to these instant alerts — it can be annoying at times, but its important.
Do not give your Password to anyone and don’t write it down anywhere. If you must write them down, store your list in a secure and private place.
Be vigilant when you shop online at public places to ensure you are not accidentally revealing your password to anyone.
Your reset password link is a powerful tool for fraudsters who have secured your email ID through nefarious means like phishing or vishing. Please ensure the security questions for your account are strong and consistent. A strong password is useless if a fraudster can answer all your security questions after a quick trip to your social media accounts.
Change your passwords and PINs regularly to make it harder for any fraudster to access your information.
Most public hotspots in public areas like airports, hotels and restaurants lower their security standards so it becomes easier for guests and travellers to access and use these networks. That makes it easier for fraudsters to eavesdrop on these unsecured Wi-Fi networks and try to intercept your information.
Great password security is one of the easiest ways to protect your account. Use strong passwords and PINs that contain both numbers, letters and symbols.
Create a unique password for every account. That way, one data breach won’t put all your accounts at risk.
If you use mobile apps on your smartphone to access your financial accounts, be sure to password-protect your device.
Be wary of free apps because it might be accompanied by spyware. Every time you download apps or files from an unknown source, you risk loading malicious programs on your phone. Only download legitimate and credible apps from the Google Play Store and Apple Store.
Activate GrabPay, a safe way to pay and keep your money.
Grab will never ask for your password or OTP over calls, sms or email.
GrabPIN and biometrics adds an additional layer of authentication to access your funds