Forgotten your Username or Password/First-time PIN?
How do I sign up for Online/Mobile Banking?
It has been brought to Maybank's attention that some members of the public have received email from Maybank (e.g. email@example.com) requesting customers to either click on a website link or an attachment to verify accounts or transactions. This is done with the intention to illegally obtain customers' credentials or execute malicious activity on customers' personal computers or laptops.
Maybank would like to clarify that such email messages are not issued by Maybank and advise customers NOT to click on any links or attachment contained in the email. Customers who have clicked on the link in such emails are advised to change their passwords immediately, by directly logging into Maybank2u.com.sg. Maybank would like to advise all customers to NOT reveal or disclose your passwords to anyone at any time online or on the telephone.
Should you have further queries, please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Relationship Executives on 1800-MAYBANK (1800-629 2265) or (65) 6533 5229 (if you are calling from overseas).
Safety Tips for Login
- Do not access the login page via web site links provided in emails. Open a new web browser and enter the URL address of the Bank (www.maybank2u.com.sg) directly into your web browser.
- For secure Online Banking access, always shut down all existing web browser windows before you perform the login.
- Do not disclose your Username or Password to anyone. Maybank staff will not ask you to reveal your Username or Password under any circumstances.
- If you encounter any certificate warning or any warning messages, do not proceed and contact Maybank immediately.
- Always check the authenticity of the Maybank's website by comparing the URL and the Maybank's name in its digital certificate, or by observing the indicators provided by an extended validation certificate.
- Always ensure that the Maybank's website address changes from 'http://' to 'https://' and a security icon that looks like a lock or key appears when authentication and encryption is expected.
- Security Tips for Online Banking
- Security Tips to Protect Your Computer
- Security Tips to Protect Your Mobile Device
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