Beware of RHB Now Phishing Email Scam - RHBNow Reminder - Last Day to Validate Your Profile

Beware of RHB Now Phishing Email Scam - RHBNow Reminder - Last Day to Validate Your Profile

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The email message: "RHBNow Reminder: Last day to validate your profile", is a phishing scam. The email was designed to steal your RHBNow online user name and password, by asking to you click on a malicious link that will take you to a fake RHBNow login page and ask you to sign in.

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The Phishing RHBNow Email Message

Subject: RHBNow Reminder: Last day to validate your profile
Reminder: Last day to validate your profile.

Profile validation process requires you to verify your Email address and Mobile No. with us, as soon as possible.

You have 2 ways to validate your banking profile 1. Manually by visiting one of our branches and paying the validation fee.

2. Online for free by clicking the following secure link: http://www.nmmaf.no/wp-admin/validate.php

If you fail to update your online profile as soon as possible, we will not be held responsible for any damage done to your account.

Thank you for using our online services.

This email was not sent by RHB Now, although it may appear that way. The malicious link (hxxp://www.nmmaf.no/wp-admin/validate.php) in the email message, if clicked on, will take you to a fake RHBNow login page.

If you enter your RHB Now user name and password on this web page, it will be sent to the scammers behind this phishing website.

If you were tricked into your entering RHBNow user name and password on this web page, please change your RHBNow password and contact RHBNow immediately.

The legitimate RHBNow login page is located at https://logon.rhb.com.my/. If you need to sign into your RHBNow account, always use this link, instead of clicking on a link in an email message.

Also, RHB Bank will never ask for your personal financial information via email.

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

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  • Jul 6, 2013 at 2:34 AM by an anonymous user from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Since this is a know issue, what enhancement security features the bank should /can take especially those with Western Union service like RHB to protect their customer?


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