Phishing Alert!

Please ensure that you are on the correct website address:
What is "Phishing"?
"Phishing" is a form of Internet scam whereby attackers attempt to trick the unsuspecting victims to give out their private and confidential information such as login details for example username, password, and / or other sensitive and valuable financial information. Usually, they attempt this by masquerading as a legitimate business or trustworthy person in a seemingly official communication like, sending to potential victims unsolicited emails (spam) and / or the use of forged websites where the look-and-feel as well as the Internet addresses are disguised such that they are almost like the legitimate ones.

How to avoid "phishing" scam

Be suspicious of any email requesting for personal financial information.
Do not use links in email, instant message, or chat to get to any website where the source of  the message is suspect or might not be authentic or from unknown sender. Go to the website directly by typing in the web address in your browser.
Avoid filling out forms in email that ask for personal financial information. Communicate such information only via a secure website or telephone.
Always ensure the website is secured when submitting sensitive information via web browser. "Phishers" are now able to 'spoof,' or forge the "http://" that is normally seen on secured web server and a legitimate address. "Phishers" can also forge the yellow lock that is normally seen near the bottom of your screen on a secure site. This lock displays the security certificate for the site. Do not continue if the web address of the website does not match with the certificate.
Make it a habit to look at the web address line to ensure that you are on the website you wanted to go to.
Regularly login to your online account(s) to check them.
Regularly check your statement(s) to ensure that all transactions are legitimate. Contact your bank(s) or issuer(s) if you see anything suspicious or you do not recognise the transaction.
Ensure that your browser is up to date and security patches are applied.
Always report "phishing" e-mails to your bank (s) / issuer(s).

What to do if you have given out your personal financial information?

Notify your bank(s) / issuer(s) and ask them to flag your account and contact you regarding any unusual activity. Close the account(s) if it / they was / were set up without your consent. Change your username or password if they have been compromised.
Contact the police to file a report.
Document the names and phone numbers of everyone you speak to regarding the incident. Follow-up your phone calls with letters. Keep copies of all correspondence.
Contact Us

Principal Office (Non-Dealing)

27th Floor Menara Boustead
69 Jalan Raja Chulan
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : +603 2142 3700
Fax : +603 2142 3799

Stockbroking Branches
Chulan Tower Branch

Ground, Mezzanine & 3rd Floors,
Chulan Tower 3 Jalan Conlay,
50450 Kuala Lumpur,
Tel : +603 2143 8668
Fax : +603 2143 3663

Taman Midah Branch
38A & 40A, Jalan Midah 1,
Taman Midah, Cheras
56000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : +603 9130 8803
Fax : +603 9130 8303

Sea Park Branch
1st Floor, 20-22,
Jalan 21/12, Sea Park,
46300 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : +603 7877 6229
Fax : +603 7877 2885

The Curve Branch
Lot 229, 2nd Floor, The Curve
6 Jalan PJU 7/3,
Mutiara Damansara,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel : +603 7729 8016
Fax : +603 7710 0598

Klang Branch
3rd & 4th Floors, Wisma Meru,
1 Lintang Pekan Baru,
Off Jalan Meru,
41050 Klang, Selangor
Tel : +603 3343 9999
Fax : +603 3343 3877

Bukit Tinggi Branch
No. 79-1 & 79-2,
Jalan Batu Nilam 5,
Bandar Baru Bukit Tinggi Klang,
41200 Klang
Tel : +603 3322 1999
Fax : +603 3322 1666

Other Affin Hwang Capital branches:

Seremban Branch
Johor Bahru Branch
Kuching Branch
Bintulu Branch
Kota Kinabalu Branch
Pantai Remis EAF
Hutan Melintang EAF
Sungai Siput EAF
Sekinchan EAF


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