Fraud
Fraud

 
 

To report fraud, corruption or theft confidentially and securely, please click REPORT FRAUD

 

FRAUD ALERT

1. Phishers are targeting members of the public and companies by sending them e-mails, supposedly from DBSA employees regarding loan transfers and other DBSA related products.

2. These email scams try to steal your personal information by providing them with bank account detail, ID numbers and/or detail company information.  The e-mail scams further try to convince you to pay a service and/or handling fee before they release the loan funds into your bank account.

3. Remember that your DBSA bank representative will never request your private/company information online, by phone, by fax or requesting you to pay any service and/or handling fee.

4. The DBSA does not make use of agents to conduct business and that anyone that requires confirmation of the validity of a DBSA representative should contact a nominated staff member from SA Finance and International Finance listed below.

5. Be aware of emails asking for this information, even if the sender offers to deposit money into your account.

6. E-mail is NOT a secure way to share sensitive information.

7. Please report Phishing e-mail scams to the Tanya Grobbelaar, General Manager: Internal Audit on Tell: 011-313 3040 or TanyaG@dbsa.org
 

DBSA representatives can be validated by the DBSA managers listed below​ 

 
DEPARTMENT
 
NAME
 
JOB TITLE
OFFICE
NO.
 
EMAIL ADDRESS
INTERNATIONAL
FINANCING
Zodwa Lekubu
GM: Transactions
+27 11 313 3449
SA FINANCING
Lucy Chege
GM: SoE’s/Private/ Public (Energy/ Environment)
+27 11 313 3822
SA FINANCING
Cyprian Marowa
GM: SoE’s/Private/ Public (Transport/ Logistics/Telecoms) 
+27 11 313 3873
SA FINANCING
Chucheka Mhlongo
GM: Infrastructure Finance & Capacity Support (M2/M3)
+27 11 313 3609
SA FINANCING
Tshepo Ntsimane
GM: Metros/Water Util/Other Public Sectors
+27 11 313 3163

 

 
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