Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Current News Affecting our Online Bank

I hope you know that you should NEVER click on a link in a bank email - even if it does seem to come from your bank.  ALWAYS enter the address of your bank directly into your browser.  If I point at the link in this email (don't click), this is the web address displayed at the bottom left of my screen - - it's not the address of the Halifax bank.

Dear Customer,

Latest News


Please be informed that currently fraud e-mails are sent to customers and non - customers of Halifax Bank requesting to provide their online banking details.

In any case you should not provide any of your personal information or banking details.

A new Second Level Password has been sent to all our Retail customers in your online

Please activate the new one.

Start now the Online Banking Sign in process.

When you log onto the service we will ask you to accept the updated Terms and Conditions.

Once you have accepted these, you will be able to access your accounts in the usual way.

Halifax Bank would never ask you to give through e-mail or any other mean any private and confidential information.

If you receive in your mailbox a suspicious e-mail appearing to be sent by Halifax ,

please ignore it and contact us now.

Halifax Online Bank UK Online Billing Department.

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