Hi @alora185, welcome to the community.
If one wishes to transfer more than one wishes to lose, it is strongly recommended that one contacts the business by traditional methods such as telephoning, post mail or dropping in, to confirm banking details for the transfer. Phone numbers and postal addresses should also be sourced through official websites or white pages/yellowpages.com and not from emails or documents sent by email.
If you have a secure online account with the business, send a private message though this online account to confirm banking details.
Doing such will reduce the risks of sending monies to a fraudulent accounts using bank details sent by intercepted emails.
The challenge for banks is if they only accepted recipient details which were accurate, a lot of transfers or payments would fail through incorrect recepient details or through an accidental typo.
An example would be the right company name bring A.B.C. Pty Ltd. If one uses any other such as A. B. C. Pty Ltd, A B C Pty Ltd, A.B.C. P/L, A.B.C., ABC P/L etc the transaction would fail potentially causing grief to the sender.