Incoming Transaction Message – Lastest Information. 1

It’s been a while since I posted a fake bank email – I get so many of them.  But.  One of my email addresses has been a rich source of scam emails for this site.  The provider of that email has just implemented a much more robust spam filtering system – with the result that my source of scams has dried up!  Eekkkk!  I’m probably the only person in the entire universe that wants scam emails.

I’m sure you know that you should NEVER click on a link in an email that claims to come from a bank – even if it appears to come from your own bank.  ALWAYS enter the address of your bank’s website directly into your browser.

Valued customer,

You have 1 important Transa_ction message waiting in your online account inbox folder.

click here to read

PS: To switch off email notifications of new messages, go to ‘My Account’ after you’ve logged in.

Best Regards,

Lloyds TSB Bank plc.

One comment on “Incoming Transaction Message – Lastest Information.

  1. Reply Linda DePeel Oct 26,2010 6:21 pm

    Love the Ignorant Scamese–“lastest” instead of “Latest”. Should be hearing sirens, whistles and bells if you get this one!

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