Tuesday, 2 December 2008

e-Banking Service: Restore your online banking access.

Apparently the HSBC have restricted access to my account until they have confirmed my identity. All I need to do is click on the link, go to the scammer's fake website and enter all my personal information, including my pass number, date of birth, card details, etc. Then, of course, the scammers can make as much unauthorized use of my account as they like!!

NEVER click on the link in a bank email, even if it does claim to come from your bank. Know the address of your real bank website and enter it directly in your browser. If you think there really is a problem with your account, phone your bank.

HSBC Bank plc has been receiving complaints from our customers for unauthorized use of the HSBC Online accounts. As a result we periodically review HSBC Online Accounts and temporarily restrict access of those accounts which we think are vunerable to the unauthorized use.This message has been sent to you from HSBC Online Banking because we have noticed invalid login attempts into your account, due to this we are temporarily limiting and restricting your account access until we confirm your identity.To confirm your identity and remove your account limitation please following the link below.

HSBC Bank plc is committed to ensure the safeguard of each customer's personal information, making sure only authorised individuals have access to their accounts. It is all about your security.

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