Been away for too long? Welcome back. If you've held Esan Microfinance Bank accounts in the past and think you may still have accounts with us, we can do our best to find and reactivate these for you.
Kindly visit us to begin the process of regaining access to your account.
Replace your card
Has your card been damaged, misplaced or stolen? Block it and request a replacement.
We care about your account security, and information as well.
If you lost your card or notice any suspicious activity on your account, visit us immediately for complaint
Email fraud and phishing
What is an email scam?
Criminals are soliciting clients of financial institutions by email in an effort to illegally obtain personal information. The email and website addresses given may appear almost identical to those of legitimate financial institutions. In an attempt to trick you into supplying sensitive personal data, they will claim that there is a problem with an account and will provide a link to a site that may look authentic. You will be asked to input personal information such as Bank Account Numbers, Usernames, Passwords and Customer Access Codes. This fraudulent practice is often called “Phishing” or “Spoofing.”
If you receive an email that appears to be from Esan Microfinance Bank and fits this criteria, contact us immediately:
Telephone: +234(0) 807 716 5969, +234(0) 808 957 7576
Office Address: Central Road, Ubiaja, Edo State, Nigeria.
IMPORTANT: If you receive an email from an individual or a company requesting personal information or financial assistance, do not provide it or click on a link – even if it looks like a legitimate request.
In addition, protecting yourself online is easy if you take the time to find out what you can do to stay ahead of hackers and other elements of the criminal web by contacting us using any of EMFB helplines below:
+234 807 716 5969, +234 8089577576
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