How to avoid phishing and online fraud?
You may receive emails that look like official emails from the bank at first glance, but the actual address is slightly different from the real one. Always check the end of the email address, which e.g. might not end with .sk but with .ru instead.
Never reply to such emails and delete them immediately. If an email asks you to update your personal information (identity, login name, ID, password) and you are invited to open a link to do so, never click on such links.
The links used by the bank must always contain security features, such as a green lock icon appearing in the browser window or or the secure “https” protocol at the beginning of the page URL.