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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Recently i have been recieving emails from so called HSBC bank saying my account needs to be validated and another message saying if i dont reply it will lead to account suspension. Just be careful this is a scam and HSBC will not send you such emails for something like that i have had it checked out. WHAT EVER you do dont fall for this scam. They word it all out so sweetly. Just delete it from your inbox/junkbox dont mark it as safe.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Good, sound advice.
#2
I had an email from HSBC today asking me to change my password and some account details, dont know how you thought you were getting scammed.
#3
Brb, a Nigerian uncle just emailed me...
#4
just keep an eye out on your transactions for the account info you have given. The messages that i got i showed a HSBC worker and they were not legit. Reply to them if you want.
#5
Internet Banking


We regret having to terminate your account with HSBC.

Please be advised of the following change to your online account.



Your account would be effectively terminated due to the recent information gathered from your profile does not match your background data. This may be our increasing inflation problem which have forced your account to close down several of its operations.

Your account will cease operation effective after 24hrs..

Our automated security systems have indicated that access to your online account will be blocked after 24hrs.

If the details you registered is all about you please click
here
to cancel the termination process.

We regret any inconvenience caused...
Best regards,
HSBC Customer Support


I received this email today.
banned#6
yes, the old scammy trick, to lure you to a fake site to steal your details

if you get these, do not visit the site, do not open images, do not reply in anyway to the sender or use their unsubscribe link

just mark it as spam

only ever go to your bank website by typing it in properly, dont use any link from an email
#7
Get emails all time. Abbey, RBS, LLoydsTSB and HSBC telling me my account will be terminated or they need me to confirm my details or update them.

Be good like if I was actually with them all but im only with Lloyds and its not as common I get the emails from them as it is from the other
#8
lol

these are scams really!!!!!!!!!!

only been doing the rounds for about 10 years


if people are daft enough to fall for these things and paypal scammers/millionaires needing accounts to deposit money they deserve to be ripped off
#9
anthonyt
Get emails all time. Abbey, RBS, LLoydsTSB and HSBC telling me my account will be terminated or they need me to confirm my details or update them.

Be good like if I was actually with them all but im only with Lloyds and its not as common I get the emails from them as it is from the other


+1
#10
Is it really that hard to check the URL that it asks you to click,and see that it is NOT from the said bank? Please...
#11
you can always download the "Rapport" software from your hsbc online banking site
#12
do people actually need to be warned about these emails? I get the all the time from various so called banks, no bank would ever ask you to change your details online
#13
Because of the security of Chip'n'Pin, the crooks are turning to internet crime (BBC Five Live News today). Just look at the grammar in that message above! Alarm bells! Also put your cursor over any suspect link and you will see things like ebeycom.com. The safest thing is to shut your computer down and cancel your bank and internet access and never go online. You know it makes sense.
#14
sollas001
Because of the security of Chip'n'Pin, the crooks are turning to internet crime (BBC Five Live News today).


bbc5 live well behind the times
#15
sollas001
Because of the security of Chip'n'Pin, the crooks are turning to internet crime (BBC Five Live News today). Just look at the grammar in that message above! Alarm bells! Also put your cursor over any suspect link and you will see things like ebeycom.com. The safest thing is to shut your computer down and cancel your bank and internet access and never go online. You know it makes sense.


jamstaruk1972
bbc5 live well behind the times


THERE'S AN INTERNET NOW?! :thinking::w00t::shock::pirate:
#16
jamstaruk1972
lol

these are scams really!!!!!!!!!!

only been doing the rounds for about 10 years


if people are daft enough to fall for these things and paypal scammers/millionaires needing accounts to deposit money they deserve to be ripped off


Oh come on, no-one deserves to be ripped off.
They are quite often elderly ladies and gentlemen that fall victim to this sort of thing or people with learning disabilities.

Let's hope you still have all your faculties about you when you become elderly.
#17
sollas001
The safest thing is to shut your computer down and cancel your bank and internet access and never go online. You know it makes sense.


Let's keep our money under the mattress and go back to bartering for stuff shall we? You're far more likely to be scammed by people trawling tour rubbish nd stealing your idendity than by banking online! We live in the 21st Century FGS!
#18
souljacker
do people actually need to be warned about these emails? I get the all the time from various so called banks, no bank would ever ask you to change your details online


Yes people do need to be warned,my sis is a prime example,she's only recently got online and had a scam Paypal email,i'd already warned her about them but she started to fill details in from an email and only realised as she was about to send it:w00t:

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