At St. James’s Place Bank, we understand that security is an important
factor for all of our clients to consider. That's why we use some of the
best technologies available (such as encryption and Secure Sockets Layer)
to create a high standard of Internet security.
However, you also need to take steps to protect your security online.
You can find information and advice on what to do here.
Bank Safe Online is a one-stop advice website which has been set up by
APACS, the UK payments association. To keep up to date on online security
issues, please visit Bank Safe (opens in a
new browser window). We recommend that you visit Bank Safe from time to
time to keep up to date with the latest scams and fraudulent techniques.
A number of fraudulent emails, alleging to be from various UK banks,
have been sent out encouraging people to visit a website where personal
card or internet security details are then requested.
We will never send emails that ask for confidential information or
security details. If you get such an email, please delete it immediately
If you are concerned that you may have divulged any details, please
call us on 0345 602 6200. If you have received such an email, please
forward this to firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it
immediately without responding or visiting any site it details.