If you receive any Spam/ phishing mails in the name of Marwadi Shares and Finance Ltd., we would like to clarify that neither Marwadi Shares and Finance Ltd.(herein referred as MSFL) nor any of its representatives are engaged in sending phishing/spam mails.
• MSFL is not engaged in any other activities other than Stock broking and Third Party Product Distribution and works under strict regulatory environment of securities market.
• MSFL does not request detailed personal information related to funds & securities of the client not associated with MSFL (except mandatory under regulatory umbrella) through e-mail. The KYC/client details related to MSFL are already lying with MSFL.
• MSFL does not send e-mail requesting your PIN numbers, passwords or similar access information for credit cards, banks or other financial accounts.
Identity Theft – Phishing Alert
Identity theft can be committed through e-mail or other means, such as regular mail, fax or telephone, or even by going through someone’s trash. Identity theft occurs when someone uses another genuine person’s personal or professional information such as name, email address, professional designation or other identifying information without his/her permission to commit fraud or other identity related misconduct. Internet fraudsters and scam artists are increasingly targeting unsuspecting people by a method called PHISHING. Phishing is when you receive authentic-looking messages in particular emails, appearing to come from someone, but in reality it is sent by imposters using similar looking email addresses to obtain business information or trigger commercial transactions. These deceptive emails lead recipients into believing that they are actually dealing with someone from the Company and will lead them to share confidential company information or to take business actions based on such emails.
If you receive an e-mail from someone claiming to be the authorized by MSFL or directing you to another website or link other than www.marwadionline.com
o Do not reply.
o Do not open any attachments. Attachments may contain malicious code that will infect your computer.
o Do not click on any links. If you clicked on links in a suspicious e-mail or phishing website then do not enter confidential information like bank account, credit card details.
o Do not cut and paste the link from the message into your browsers, phishers can make link look like real, but it actually send you to different websites.
o Use anti-virus software, anti spyware, and a firewall and keep them updated. Some phishing e-mails contain software that can harm your computer or track your activities on the internet without your knowledge. Anti-virus & Anti-spyware software and firewall can protect you from inadvertently accepting such unwanted files.
MSFL has a strict policy against staff sending or forwarding unsolicited email. MSFL also provides training and support to our staff to ensure that this does not occur either intentionally or inadvertently. If you are concerned that you have received an unsolicited message from us or have any other concerns regarding material received from MSFL, we encourage you to contact at the e-mail id- firstname.lastname@example.org If you receive an e-mail or find a website you think is pretending to be of Action financial, kindly report it by forward the e-mail or website URL to email@example.com
Under no circumstances, MSFL will be liable for any/all sort of loss arise due to identity theft or phishing e-mail or URL or in similar way/pattern what so ever.
*Issued in the interest of Investor*
*The above information is for client and should not be redistributed*