Samba is well aware of the fraudulent banking practices prevalent around the world these days. And hence we strongly recommend some simple security tips to ensure safe and secure banking sessions.
Avoid accessing your Internet Banking Account from a cyber cafe or a shared computer. However, if you happen to do so, please change your passwords from your own computer as soon as possible. For increased security, we request you to change your password on a regular basis.
Online phishing pronounced as "fishing" is a method of identity theft that tricks you to reveal personal or financial information online. Phishers use phony websites or deceptive email messages that mimic trusted businesses and brands in order to steal personally identifiable information such as usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, and billing information. For more information please click here.
If you receive a call from an unknown number / person claiming that he is from the Bank, please call SambaPhone or your Relationship Manager and report the issue.
Please note that the information provided on this website is generic in nature and may not be up-to-date. In case you need specific information, please contact your relationship manager or SambaPhone to confirm. Samba will not be liable for any damages to you resulting from acting on information provided on this site. Also, the internet is susceptible to virus attacks, malicious software or other such security threats. Samba will not be liable for any damage to you resulting from any such virus, software or other security threats which you may be exposed to as a result of accessing the Banks' site.
To protect information during transmission between your computer and our website, Samba Online banking uses TLS to encrypt the data. Please make sure the website where you are entering the user-id / password starts with https.
To prevent unauthorized access to your account, Samba will automatically block / deactivate your account after predefined consecutive unsuccessful login attempts for your ID. Your account will also be blocked if it is not used for a consecutive period of 180 days.
To reactivate your accounts, please contact SambaPhone or your relationship manager.