At Dreyfus, we take the issue of privacy very seriously. We want to assure our Web site visitors and clients that they are receiving the security, privacy and confidentiality they expect from a financial services firm.
Dreyfus will never contact you by e-mail to confirm financial transactions or to confirm or request personal account information or any other type of sensitive information.
If you do receive an e-mail that asks you to confirm financial transactions, provide or confirm sensitive information (such as passwords or sign-on IDs), or personal information (such as social security numbers or personal bank account numbers), please assume that the request is fraudulent.
Some e-mails, links or Web site may even include the Dreyfus logo or resemble existing Dreyfus Internet sign-on pages. You should continue to assume that the request is fraudulent because Dreyfus will never contact you by e-mail to request or confirm personal or sensitive account information.
If you receive e-mail requests to visit a Web site or to submit personal information, consider them fraudulent and notify Dreyfus here. We strongly recommend that you do not open an attachment, click on a link, visit the site, submit your personal information via the site or e-mail, or respond in any way.