Avoid scams that use the RHB name fraudulently.

Cybercriminals often use the names of established financial institutions in their scams. They think it will convince you to give them your money or your personal information.

Common email scams that use the RHB name.

  • "RHB" has suspended your RHB Account and requests you to reactivate the account via a provided link
  • "RHB" is upgrading their database and asks you to update / access your profile via a provided link
  • "RHB" is conducting a security maintenance and asks you to verify your identity online in order to "protect your account"
  • "RHB" staff” claiming that they are auditors of a huge unclaimed estate which belongs to you. Fraudulent names used so far include Freddie Chee Ng, Richard Tann.

Avoid these dangerous hoaxes.

RHB Bank does not send unsolicited email messages to request personal or financial information online.

If you receive an unsolicited email that purports to be from RHB Bank and requests that you send your personal information or click links, delete the message.

Treat all unsolicited emails with skepticism. Do not provide any personal information.

If you think you might be a victim of fraud, report it immediately to us at rhbs.contactus@rhbgroup.com

How to identify legitimate communication from RHB Bank?

When we release information about a legitimate activity by the bank to our customers, this information should also appear on our website.

When in doubt, call our customer service hotline at (toll free within Singapore) 800 601 1742 or +603 9145 1388 if you are overseas.