I don’t usually post scam bank email here any more. I hope you know that you should NEVER click on a link in a bank email, even if you do think it has come from your own bank. ALWAYS enter the address of your bank directly into your browser.
I hope you can see how daft this scam is. If the bank knows that they owe you a refund, they would just give it to you, they would need you to “confirm your details”.
If you think you have accidentally given your bank or card details to a scammer, contact your bank immediately.
We notice we recently over charged you for using your card, We do apologise
for this mistake and we will credit your accounts with this payment which will
reflect in your account 7 days from today. Please follow the logon link and confirm
your details for this payment.
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