Halifax Online Banking – IMPORTANT MESSAGE 2

A variation on the bank scam theme here.  This scammer is pretending that you have phoned your bank.  The scammer hopes you will panic into clicking the link.  The link takes you to mail.ime.co.th/……..  The scammer has hacked into a legitimate site to upload their scam.

NEVER click on a link in a bank email. ALWAYS enter the address of your bank website directly into your browser. If you think you might have accidentally given your bank details to a scammer, contact your bank immediately.

Dear customer,

Thank you for confirming your telephone contact details.

If you have made any amendments to your contact details these have now been updated.

Please note that if you hold any joint accounts, only your details will be updated.

This confirmation email has been sent as a security precaution.

If you did not make this number change/confirmation, please visit the webpage below,
phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


2 thoughts on “Halifax Online Banking – IMPORTANT MESSAGE

  1. Reply sumo ensekökü Apr 18,2015 11:30 pm

    dear Tanya

    They are money loanderers in the world. Theya re so strong Rockefeller which controls all the world of money kingdom I gues They are playing with us .only agame for them

  2. Reply Tanya SKillman May 3,2010 12:36 pm

    royland yerkes was the contact all emials came from gordon brown halifax bank they had domain keys that checked out. It was a scam they took my money hard lesson learned.



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