Banking in Ghana Your deposits are safe - GN Bank assures customers

Many customers expressed worry after news broke that the bank’s website had been hacked.

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The GN Bank has allayed the fears of its clients over news that the website of the bank had been hacked.

In a statement issued by the bank, it stated that clients do not have to withdraw their savings or close their accounts entirely because the situation has been resolved.

“The attention of the management of GN Bank has been drawn to some information in the media and other social media platforms urging our customers to withdraw their deposits because the Bank’s website had been hacked into.”

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“Indeed GN Bank got wind of the hacking over the weekend and immediately moved to rectify the situation. Our technical team are done with the restoration of the website and are in the process of implementing additional security patches to ensure non-occurrence of any such situation in the future,” it added.

Many customers expressed worry after news broke that the bank’s website had been hacked.

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But the statement assured that “customer financial information including online banking data is intact and adequately secured.”

It also indicated that customers’ deposits have not been tampered with as it’s being speculated.  “No Customer has lost a pesewa of deposits.”

“GN Bank assures her cherished customers that their deposits are safe.  They can, therefore, verify their balances from their respective branches.”

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