Security Alert: New Phishing Website Found on 24 September 2010
We have received reports that an unknown party has cloned MPI Generali Insurans Berhad’s (“MPI Generali”) former website www.mpib.com.my in terms of contents and presentation (MPI Generali was formerly known as Multi-Purpose Insurans Bhd).
The uniform resource locator of this fake website is: http://www.unionaminsurance.net/
Please note that we at MPI Generali do not have any connection to this party whatsoever, neither is it a subsidiary of MPI Generali or the MPHB Capital Berhad (“MPHB Capital”).
Thus any claims or sale of MPI Generali insurance products from this party is invalid and we advise all our agents, business partners, policyholders, clients and users to be aware and not to be misled by such claims or sale of MPI Generali insurance products from any websites other than the ones under MPI Generali.
If you have encountered any potential scam, illegal activities or phishing sites, please report to us immediately via Our Complaints Officer at +603 2034 9918 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
MPI Generali would like to advise our agents, business partners, policyholders, clients and users to be vigilant with their personal information whenever they receive emails or SMS requesting for verification of their personal information. Users should ensure the login page has our correct website address i.e. http://mpigenerali.com
Should you receive any phishing emails with URL attachments, please refrain from clicking on the URLs and/or providing your personal information.
"Phishing" is the creation of email messages and web pages that replicates existing legitimate sites of well-known companies and businesses. This is done by unscrupulous individuals/organisations to trick consumers into divulging personal financial information such as bank account numbers, Credit Card security details, ATM Personal Identification Numbers and other personal identifiers. The stolen data may be used to commit fraud.
MPI Generali has many security and detection systems in place to enforce identity theft prevention, but prompt action by users remains the first line of defence in helping us stop such illegal activities.