Never share one-time passcodes
Fraudsters may contact you claiming to be from Arbuthnot Latham and appear genuine. They may urge you to take action to protect your account.
They may ask you to:
- Share a one time passcode (OTP)
- Visit a website or download software to your computer
By doing this you could give a fraudster access to your money. If in doubt, hang up, and call your usual Arbuthnot Latham contact on a number you trust or the fraud hotline on 0207 012 2900.
We will NEVER contact you and ask you to share your security details or one time passcodes (OTP).
You should never share one time passcodes (OTP).
Your Online Banking service provides access to your finances wherever you are, allowing you to carry out day-to-day banking activities with ease.
Previously Investor Portal. Log in to access your investments online. Digital Wealth allows you to view your portfolios, monitor performance, view transactions and cash balances and download important documents.
Fraud is a key threat and scams are ever evolving. Be scam aware and act quickly if you suspect you have been the victim of fraud.
You can now link your Arbuthnot Latham cards to your mobile phone or device to make quick, safe and secure payments. Find out more.
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