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You Have One Message Al‏ert From Hsbc
Internet Banking

Hsbc Bank


 

 
Scam Report
Date Reported: 23rd August 2009 Whats this? Risk Level: MEDIUM-HIGH Whats this?
 
Details
 
Email Subject:
 You Have One Message Al‏ert From Hsbc Internet Banking
Apparent Sender:
 Hsbc Bank  Whats this?
Return Address:
 internetbanking@hsbc.co.uk Whats this?
Email Format:  HTML Whats this?
 
URL of Web Content:
 http://yournetdr.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/HSBC/eba
 nk.hsbc.co.uk/index.html
  Whats this?
Anchor text of URLs:
 1) Sign on to Online Service Whats this?
Location:
 Location not available Whats this?
 
Scam number:
 3515-49620-229641
 
Comments:
  • Email asks you to confirm/update/verify your account data at Hsbc Bank by visiting the given link. You will be taken to a spoof website where your details will be captured for the phishers.


  • Hsbc Bank never send their users emails requesting personal details in this way.


     
Content
 
 
New Page 1



Dear Valued Customer As a bank we are
used to thinking about security. At HSBC, we
use industry standard security
technology and practices, focusing on three
key areas privacy, technology and
identification to safeguard your account
from any unauthorised access. This helps us
detect and Prevent fraud and reassure you
that your personal and financial
information, as well as your money is as safe
online as it is at home, at the branch or
over the pho...



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