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RBS Phishing Scam - "Your Latest Statement and Pre-Advice of Interest Available"

2014-07-05T20:58:49  +
RBS Phishing Scam - "Your Latest Statement and Pre-Advice of Interest Available"

The email message below: "Your latest statement and pre-advice of interest & charges is available online," is a phishing scam and was not sent by the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). Do not click on the links or follow the instructions in this email message, if you have received it. This is because it was designed to steal your RBS PIN, user name and password.

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Phishing Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Email Message

Subject: Your latest statement and pre-advice of interest & charges is available online
Dear Customer,

Your latest statement and pre-advice of interest & charges for your credit card is ready for you online now. Just click on rbscardservices.co.uk and see more information on your credit card.

If you need more help in understanding your statement, visit our statement. just click on rbs.co.uk/yourstatement

With your online banking remember you can also
Make payments quickly and easily
Move money between accounts instantly
Search transactions to find what you need quickly
View, download and print PDFs of all your bank statements for the past 7 years
We're here to help when you need it
Our online banking Help 24x7 is available to answer your questions
If you need more help please contact us
Our staff are ready to help at your local branch

Also, just below you'll find details about the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) rules and how these protect the money you have deposited with us.

Yours sincerely
Chris Popple
Managing Director, Retail Banking
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Clicking on the link in this email message will take you to a phishing or fake Royal Bank of Scotland website, designed to steal your RBS PIN, user name, password, your email address user name and password.

Once you have entered your Royal Bank of Scotland credentials on the fake website, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind this scam, who will use it to gain access to your Royal Bank of Scotland account.

If you were tricked into entering your Royal Bank of Scotland PIN, user name and password on the fake RBS website by this phishing scam, please change your password and contact Royal Bank of Scotland as soon as possible.

Also, change your email address password.

This RBS phishing scam is similar: Royal Bank of Scotland Irregular Activity

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