Rabat - Bank Al Maghrib (BAM) has issued another statement denying a fake message calling its employees to withdraw MAD 15,537.
Rabat – Bank Al Maghrib (BAM) has issued another statement denying a fake message calling its employees to withdraw MAD 15,537.
For at least two months, a message claiming to be from BAM has been circulating via mobile messaging apps saying, “Those who worked for Bank Al Maghrib between 1990 and 2018 have the right to withdraw MAD 15,537 from Bank Al Maghrib.”
The message invites recipients to open a link to find out if their names “are on the list of those who have the right to withdraw these funds.”
Bank Al Maghrib said in a statement Tuesday, August 28, that the message is not, under any circumstances, sent on BAM’s behalf and denied any relation with the content or its sender.
As a result, BAM denied all responsibility for the content of the message and the possible consequences of clicking the link. The link destination is unknown.
Bank Al Maghrib underlined that it reserves the right to take legal action in accordance with the applicable laws.
On June 30, BAM released its first statement saying it was not behind the message received by its employees.