As a global company that serves its customers with global standards, IBC Japan takes internet fraud seriously. We ask you to be vigilant when communicating and transacting online. Phishing is the act of acquiring sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details often for malicious reasons. We’ve included some tips below on how you can protect yourself from being a victim of phishing.
To ensure that you are accessing the website of IBC Japan, always type in www.ibcjapan.net and double check that this domain name is appearing on the address bar of your browser.
IBC Japan emails sent to your registered mail address only come from senders using the following domain: @ibcjapan.net.
For example: IBCsales@ibcjapan.net
Never enter your IBC Japan username and password in an e-mail message when you do not know the recipient.
IBC Japan will never ask for your Credit/Debit Card numbers and Card Security Codes (CSC).
All payments for transactions shall only be made through IBC valid payment channels. If you have further questions or notice anything unusual when communicating with us, please do not hesitate to contact us immediately at:Email: IBCsales