Security

General alert

A number of clients from Irish and international banks have received fraudulent emails claiming to originate from their bank. If you receive such an email do not enter any details, please forward on the email to fraud@ibrc.ie and then delete the email immediately. Do not click on any links or attachments regardless of how genuine the email or website may appear. IBRC (in Special Liquidation) never asks customers to pass on confidential information by email. Please ensure that your account information is kept secret.

Please be aware of the possible existence of websites unofficially using the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited (In Special Liquidation) or IBRC (in Special Liquidation) name and branding with potential fraudulent intent. Fraudulent emails may contain links to these unauthorised websites. Please also be aware of possible fraudulent requests for personal details or advance payments made by criminals by phone, fax or in person who purport to represent IBRC (in Special Liquidation).

If you think you have received a fraudulent email, have seen a fraudulent Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited (in Special Liquidation) or IBRC (In Special Liquidation) website or you have received any other form of communication from an individual fraudulently claiming to represent IBRC (in Special Liquidation), please contact us immediately at fraud@ibrc.ie.

Connect 247

We wish to assure clients that the Connect 247 online account access service utilises several layers of technology to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of its transactions across the Internet. SSL Protocol (Secure Sockets Layer) ensures that other people cannot read or alter your communication between you and the Bank - SSL ensures confidentiality and the integrity of the communication.