is playing first role in all the processes of communication - internet.
has implemented all necessary measures in order to ensure your security, but, maintaining the secrecy of your personal access codes has mainly
got to do with you.
Follow this three advices if you want to be protected from most security threads:
Protect Your Security Codes
- Code Leak
The access codes that you use for your entrance to the application unit are strictly personal (your password in particular) and should not be disclosed to third parties.
Never disclose your Security Code (password) to any third parties..
- Bogus Phone Calls
Be ware of anyone who might call you and present themselves as a Piraeus Factoring representative asking for any of your personal data (username, password, etc.).
Ignore such phone calls! Piraeus Factoring will never ask for your personal data.
The only information we may ask for is your username (and not your password) and this may only happen if you call us and inform us that you have been 'locked out' and the system does not recognize your password..
- Spam Scam
Be ware of any e-mail asking you to provide your personal data (username, password, etc.) Senders of such e-mails pretend they are the Piraeus Factoring as it is very easy to include the Company's name in the "From:" field.
Even more, those pretending to be Company representatives may try to lure you by claiming that they have to fix a security problem etc and that they thus need your personal data. Do not believe them.
Ignore such e-mails! Piraeus Factoring will never ask for your personal data (and definitely not through an e-mail message which is not encrypted).
If you 're not sure for the source contact us and if we sent it, we will ensure you or else we 'll ask you to ignore it.
- Bogus Sites (phising sites)
Be extra cautious of e-mails containing hyperlinks to the webpage of Piraeus Factoring( http://www.piraeus-factoring.gr) and, especially, to retail factoring application login page (http://webfact02.multifactoring.gr). Do not disregard the fact that the sender may wish to navigate you to a webpage that on a first glance seems to be Piraeus Factoring application's page.
The sender may wish you to input there your personal details in order to use them illegally. The same may happen if the e-mail, you may receive, contains code (vb-scripts) whose aim is to redirect you to the "fake" site the next time you try to connect to Piraeus Factoring webpage.
The same applies to links, banners etc. you may find on pages of other sites which intend to mislead you to the bogus Piraeus Factoring site.
Before entering your codes, make sure you are on the correct site. If you not sure contact us to check your connection.
For your convenience but also for security reasons, save the Piraeus Factoring address in your browser's Favourites. Do the same for the link that opens retail factoring application
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