Security Notice

General Information

FIMBank will never use email or telephone to request confidential information, such as personal documentation, passwords related to your accounts, activation/recovery codes, or, other information of a confidential nature. Likewise, FIMBank p.l.c. will never transmit confidential information related to you by email.

Should you receive an email that appears to be fraudulent, please forward the email as an attachment to esecurity@fimbank.com and delete the email. Do not reply to the original email.

Please beware of websites that are of a fraudulent nature and which have no relation to FIMBank p.l.c. or to FIMBank Direct.  Fraudulent websites often have a similar appearance but can be identified by their URL, which can be similar but never identical to the legitimate FIMBank websites.

The following are the only legitimate FIMBank p.l.c. websites:

  1. https://www.fimbank.com/
  2. https://www.easisave.com/
  3. https://secure.easisave.com
  4. https://securemail.fimbank.com/
  5. https://direct.fimbank.com/

The only way to ensure that you are visiting a legitimate FIMBank website is by checking that the link shown in the address bar of your browser starts with one of the above (note the trailing / after each “.com”).

Use of the FIMBank Camera Authentication Matrix (CAM) mobile app

The FIMBank Camera Authentication Matrix (CAM) mobile app is used to access your account of FIMBank Direct.

Additional Information for Customers
All group websites use SSL and the URL in the address bar must start exactly as is shown above. By clicking on the padlock icon in the browser bar, you can verify the identity of the website.  The websites listed above are all protected using the latest Extended Validation (EV) SSL technology which allows the user to verify that the website genuinely belongs to FIMBank. 


For your safety:

Please reach out to us via the Contact Us form, or by email on esecurity@fimbank.com should you encounter fraudulent activity purporting to be affiliated to FIMBank, such as fraudulent websites or mobile apps on public app stores.