Anti-Money Laundering is a set of laws, regulations, and procedures that financial institutions and other regulated entities must follow to prevent, detect, and report money laundering activities.
Banks are particularly vulnerable to money laundering because they handle large amounts of money and often have a global reach, making it easier for criminals to move funds between countries. By following AML regulations and using the corresponding systems, banks can help to prevent their services from being used to facilitate money laundering, which can damage their reputation and potentially lead to costly legal and regulatory penalties. Some of the measures are:
We regret to inform you that there have been recent reports of scam and phishing attempts against Natech.
In case that you receive any correspondence or communication that allegedly originates from Natech please take a moment to verify the authenticity of the domain (official Natech domain: natechsa.com). Be cautious of any suspicious emails, links, or requests for personal information.
If you encounter any suspicious activity or have doubts about the legitimacy of the company's website, email address etc., please refrain from providing any personal information and contact our support team immediately.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in maintaining a secure online environment.