Friday, 16 January 2015

Your online account has been deactivated "NatWest" {info@eml.natwest.com} phish


Your online account has been deactivated  "NatWest" {secure.message@natwest.com} phishing email:

Headers:
Subject: Your online account has been deactivated
From: "NatWest" {info@eml.natwest.com}
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2015 00:16:56 -0800
Message body:

This email is confidential and intended for the addressee only. Please delete if that is not you.

Due to a recent security issue your account is temporarily deactivated. You are required to reactivate your Online Banking account in less than 24 hours. After your activation is completed you can manage your money 24/7, pay bills, transfer money and set up standing orders online. You can also search and print statements.

Remember, to log in you'll need you customer number which starts with your date of birth (ddmmyy) followed by your four unique number.

To start reactivation go here now>>

 
Of course, all your online transactions are covered by our Online and Mobile Security Promise.

Yours sincerely,
Chris Popple
Chris Popple
Managing Director of Digital

PS Want to save paper and reduce clutter? You have the option to switch off paper statements and view all your transactions online through online banking.

Fake phishing site link:
http://www.portaldepaulinia.com.br/modules/mod_ninja_rss_syndicator/natwest.com/2019e3c445266835e05652be5de83949/index.html?sitedomain=sns.webmail&lang=en&seamless=novl&offerId=newmail-en-us-v2&authLev=0
This is the fake phishing site, asking for your personal details:

Note:  Check the browser security, it's not secure...


Cheers,

Steve
Sanesecurity.com

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