Millions of euros lie forgotten in customers bank accounts, reports the daily Keskisuomalainen. The Nordea bank group says over five million euros remain untouched in accounts. An increase in the popularity of internet bank statements might be to blame.
Nordea bank cards were blacked out for three hours on Saturday morning. A system failure prevented Nordea bank card holders from withdrawing cash or making payments.
Nordea warns that its bank machines, bank cards, and Internet banking services will shut down for several hours on Sunday morning.
Nordea Bank predicts Finland’s economic growth, in line with the global economy, will lose momentum next year.
A report by Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority reveals that human beings are the weakest link in the technology chain. With a dose of common sense and a little prevention, most malicious attacks can be prevented.
For the fourth time this year, Internet con artists have sent out fake e-mails to customers of Nordea Bank. The messages, written in poor Finnish and without Scandinavian letters, ask customers to send their account numbers and online passwords via e-mail.
Users of Nordea's online banking services have again received fraudulent emails requesting account information and pin numbers.
Nordea is warning customers of fraudulent emails written in its name. The hoax is an attempt to elicit customer internet banking codes.
The Retretti Art Centre in Punkaharju, located in eastern Finland, is ceasing its operations. The centre, which is being liquidated, laid off its employees on Friday.
Finland?s OP Bank has warned its internet banking customers not to respond to an e-mail message sent in an apparent attempt to gain access to private bank accounts.
The Finnish Communications Regulatory authority estimates that tens of thousands of customers of Nordea Bank have received a fraudulent e-mail message. The English-language message urges customers to respond to the mail, providing their Internet banking user codes and passwords.
A number of Finnish aid agencies are appealing for donations to help the victims of Saturday?s massive earthquake in South Asia. The death toll in the disaster is believed to be in the tens of thousands. The Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has not received word of any Finnish victims.
Cash dispensers will be off-line on Sunday morning for about five hours owing to essential maintenance work. Account holders and card users will be unable to use the Otto network of A T M's.
People in Finland have already donated more than 10 million euros to the disaster relief effort in southern and south-eastern Asia. Information on how to contribute to various charitable organisations follows.
People in Finland have already donated nearly six million euros to the disaster relief effort in southern and south-eastern Asia. Information on how to contribute to various charitable organisations follows.