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Info  Dear client! Fraudulent phone calls and scam e-mails on behalf of banks are common, with scammers trying to gain access to a client’s bank account. Never enter PIN codes if you have not initiated the transaction yourself and remember that the bank will never ask for the PIN 2 code when entering the internet bank!

Fraudulent websites in the name of Coop Pank are spreading

Coop Bank warns that websites with a design very similar to the design of Coop Pank’s website, but with an incorrect web address, have been spreading actively in the last few days and criminals are using them to gain access to the PINs of users who log in the websites.

Coop Pank is working on removing the fraudulent websites from the web and urges its clients to be very vigilant and, before logging in the Coop Pank website, make sure that the address in the address bar is the correct address of the bank:

the address of the website of Coop Pank is
the address of the online bank of Coop Pank is

Coop Pank has the following tips to help you use the web safely:

  • Never log in a website if you’re not sure that it’s address is correct!
  • When you log in the Coop Pank website, you’re asked to enter your PIN1, never the PIN2.
  • Please remember that you are PIN1 and PIN2 is your signature!
  • Never enter your PIN2 if you don’t know what you’re about to confirm with your signature!
  • Never enter your PIN2 unless you’ve initiated the transaction yourself!