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Your Card Security Key Expired - Bradesco Phishing Email

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Your Card Security Key Expired - Bradesco Phishing Email

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The email message below: "Please be advised that the period of use of their security keys Bradesco expired", is a phishing scam. The email message was not sent by Bradesco. This message was designed to steal your Bradesco's username and password by tricking you into clicking on a malicious link within it. This link will take you to a fake or bogus website looking like your Bradesco’s sign in or login page.

The Bradesco Phishing Email in English

Bradesco

Subject: Atualização de segurança OBRIGATÓRIA.
To: aviso@infoemail.com.br
From: aviso@infoemail.com.br

Your Card Security Key expired.

Please be advised that the period of use of their security keys Bradesco expired.

To continue using the services Bradesco as ATMs, Internet Banking and Phone Easy, you will need to perform the update of your data.

If the update is not performed, access to service terminals such as ATMs, Internet Banking and Phone Easy will be blocked . The process is simple and fast, just click the address below and follow instructions.

START UPDATE

The Bradesco Phishing Email in it original form (Portuguese)

Informamos que o período de uso das suas chaves de segurança Bradesco expirou.

Para continuar utilizando os serviços Bradesco como Caixas Eletrônicos, Fone Fácil e Internet Banking, será necessário realizar a atualização de seus dados.

Caso a atualização não seja efetuada, o acesso aos terminais de atendimento como Caixas Eletrônicos, Fone Fácil e Internet Banking serão bloqueados. O processo é simples e rápido, basta clicar no endereço abaixo e seguir as instruções.

INICIAR ATUALIZAÇÃO

The link in this email message goes to the following phishing or fake Bradesco webpage:
http://www.psckretingos .lt/images/wbgallery/index.php

On this fake or phishing webpage, you will be asked to sign in or log into your Bradesco online account. If you enter your username and password on this webpage, it will be sent to the scammers behind this fraudulent email message.

With access to your account, these cybercriminals will steal your money or use your account to carry out other illegal activities.

If you were tricked into clicking the link in the fake email message and entered your Bradesco username and password on the bogus Bradesco webpage, please change your password and contact Bradesco immediately.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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