Below you will find commonly asked questions regarding Internet Fraud.
Lists of live email addresses are bought or swapped between unscrupulous parties. Butterfield Bank does not provide or pass on your email addresses to any third party.
They don't. Mass emails are sent out sometimes to thousands of email addresses in the hope that just one or two people may reply.
There is a possibility that it may not be. We may contact you by email, but we will never ask you to click on a link which then directs you to enter or confirm your security details or ask you to reply providing your personal details. By contrast, this is what a typical “phishing” email does.
If in doubt, forward the email onto firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it. Never open up an attachment if you are unsure of who sent the email to you. Even if the name looks familiar.