Fraud Prevention Measures
Please be aware that EBS has received a number of reports of a fraudulent 'request for information' e-mail. The email in circulation has the appearance of being sent from EBS d.a.c.
Any such emails requesting customers to 'verify' their account information are a scam.
'Request for Information' emails usually claim that it is necessary to "update", "verify" or "confirm" your customer account information and they urge people to click on a link from the email which takes them to a bogus or spoof website.
Please note that EBS will never contact you by email to ask you to enter your password or any other sensitive information by clicking on a link and visiting a web site.