Phishing Scam - ANZ $250 eDine Discount Vouchers
April 12, 2015
November 26, 2014
The email message below: "ANZ $250 eDine Discount Vouchers," is a phishing scam. The email message was not sent by The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ).instead, it was sent by cyber-criminals, so do not follow the instructions or click on the links within it. The links in the fake email message will take you to a fake ANZ website designed to trick you into stealing your ANZ account details, financial details, or login details (customer registration number and password).
Please continue reading below.
The ANZ Phishing Scam
Phishing Scam: ANZ $250 eDine Discount Vouchers
Subject: eDine Discount Vouchers
Dear ANZ Customer,
Over the past few weeks we have been quietly improving ANZ online to make sure you are getting the best online banking experience possible and we chose all ANZ clients to take part in our survey about ANZ
In return we will give $250 eDine Discount Vouchers - Just for your time! Helping us better understand how our customers feel benefits everyone.
With the information collected we can decide to direct a number of changes to improve and expand our online service. We kindly ask you to spare two minutes of your time in taking part with this unique offer!
SERVICE: ANZ $250 eDine Discount Vouchers.
EXPIRATION: 10 - NOV - 2014
Your $250 eDine Discount Vouchers with ANZ Bank reward points services.(alow us for 7-21 bussines day to validate your credentials)
Please do not reply to this message.
For any inquiries, contact Customer Service.
Document Reference: (87051203).
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) 2014 ABN 11 005 357 522. ANZ's colour blue is a trade mark of ANZ
The links in the email message will take you to the following fake and phishing website:
Note: website address or name may change.
You will then be taken to a fake ANZ sign-in or login page, and if your ANZ account details, financial details, or login details on the same website, it will be sent to the cyber-criminals behind this phishing scam. Who will use it to hijack your ANZ account and use it for malicious purposes.
If you were tricked into clicking the link in the fake email message and have entered your phone number, and username and password for your The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) account on the fake website that you were taken to, please change your ANZ password immediately.
If you are unable to change your ANZ password, please contact them.
Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their ANZ potential victims into stealing their username, password, financial or personal information. So, if you receive email messages like the one above, please do not click on the links within them, instead, go to www.anz.com and sign into your account from there.
If there is a problem with your account, ANZ will notify you about the problem after you have signed in and ANZ will never send you an email asking you to verify or provide your account details, financial details, or login details.
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