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Account reactivation

Lloyds TSB


 

 
Scam Report
Date Reported: 27th April 2011 Whats this? Risk Level: MEDIUM-HIGH Whats this?
 
Details
 
Email Subject:
 Account reactivation
Apparent Sender:
 Lloyds TSB Whats this?
Return Address:
 Not found Whats this?
Email Format:  HTML Whats this?
 
URL of Web Content:
 http://www.avg.com
  Whats this?
Anchor text of URLs:
 1) www.avg.com Whats this?
Location:
 (UNKNOWN CITY), NETHERLANDS Whats this?
 
Scam number:
 16721-248791-558020
 
Comments:
  • Email asks you to confirm/update/verify your account data at Lloyds TSB by visiting the given link. You will be taken to a spoof website where your details will be captured for the phishers.


  • Lloyds TSB never send their users emails requesting personal details in this way.


  • The anchor text appears as a legitimate URL, but don't be fooled - clicking on it will take you to a phishing site!


     
Content
 
 

Lloyds TSB - Account reactivation form,

Because of possible unauthorized access, we
have temporarily
deactivated your account.

To remove the suspension, please confirm that
your card was not
stolen.
To do this, please download and complete the
attached html form.

We are sorry for the inconvenience, but your
security is our top
priority.

Kind Regards,
Customer Service

Copyright 2010 Lloyds TSB

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