It's the HSBC again. The scammer has realised that not all his/her potential victims are HSBC customers, so includes the helpful advise that if you're not a customer of HSBC you should ignore the email.
I get the feeling that this email is sent to potential scammers with instructions for them to "personalise" it. A bit like writing that essay you need for school. Find one you like, and change it so teacher doesn't realise you just copied it!
Dear HSBC Bank Personal and Premier Online Banking customer!
Our Support Department is performing an arranged On-line Banking Service update
By clicking on the link below you will open the webform of the customer's login authorization:
These directions are to be mailed and followed by all Personal and Premier customers
HSBC Bank does apologize for the inconveniences caused, and is very appreciative for your help.
If you are not customer of HSBC please disregard this email!
-- This is robot generated email, please do not reply --
(C) '08 HSBC Bank UK. All Rights Reserved.
Right after they've finished the online banking service update:
Dear HSBC Bank Premier and Personal Banking On-line client!
Our Technical Department is carrying out a planned Online software update
By following the link below please launch the form of the customer's login update:
These directions are to be sent and followed by all Personal and Premier clients
HSBC Bank does apologize for any troubles caused, and is very thankful for your collaboration.
If you are not client of HSBC please ignore this e-mail!
-- This is robot generated e-mail, please do not respond --