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Public Service Warning From The BMA - Phishing Attempt

9 May 2024

HAMILTON, BERMUDA—On Thursday, 9 May 2024, the Bermuda Monetary Authority (Authority or BMA) was made aware of several e-mail phishing attempts targeting Bermuda-based financial services licensees registered with the Authority. The e-mails appear to be coming from false Bermuda Monetary Authority e-mail addresses or private e-mail accounts.   
The fraudulent e-mails misappropriate the Bermuda Monetary Authority's name by attempting to get the recipient to click and open a PDF that requests more information as soon as possible. The Authority wishes to advise that no one at the BMA would make this kind of request. Any similar e-mails should be treated as phishing attempts, and the recipients should avoid clicking on any links or opening PDFs within such emails. If you receive any suspicious e-mails that appear to be from the BMA, please contact the Authority directly and refrain from opening attachments, clicking on links or responding to the sender of these messages.

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