1st National Bank and St. Lucia Times are aware of a recent fake news scam targeting both organizations in an attempt to undermine their reputations among shareholders, clients, and the general public.
We would like to clarify that the alleged news article attributed to our local media house is entirely fabricated, and its content are intended solely to tarnish the reputation of both agencies.
We want to assure our stakeholders and the public that the fake news in question was never published by our organizations. The contents of the shared post are misleading and aimed at besmirching the characters of 1st National Bank and St. Lucia Times.
While we are relieved that the attempt to spread this fake news has been unsuccessful, we strongly urge the public to exercise caution when encountering such questionable posts. It is important to verify the information with official websites or representatives of the respective agencies before believing and sharing any content.
Both 1st National Bank and St. Lucia Times Inc. prioritize transparency, accountability, and the delivery of accurate information.
We remain committed to providing reliable services and trustworthy news to our valued stakeholders and readers. We encourage everyone to be vigilant and discerning consumers of information, ensuring that they rely on credible sources for news and updates.
For further information or inquiries, please contact:
1st National Bank
St. Lucia Times