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Phishing Scam - Diamond Bank Important New Security Update

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Phishing Scam -  Diamond Bank Important New Security Update

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Diamond Bank online customers, beware of the phishing email message below that was designed to steal your Diamond Bank online and email address user names, passwords,security questions, security answers, security Token and telephone number. If you receive any email message appearing as if it came from Diamond Bank, asking you to click on a link, call Diamond Bank verify the authenticity of the email message or go directly to their website at www.diamondbank.com and sign into your account from there.

The Phishing Diamond Bank Email Message

Phishing Scam: Diamond Bank Important New Security UPDATE
From: Diamond Bank (recep @iihugs.com)
Sent: Sat 8/23/14 3:17 AM

Dear customer,

Important New Security UPDATE!

Validate Your Account.

LOGIN

Privacy Department.
2014 Diamond Bank Nigeria plc.

If you click on the 'LOGIN' link in the email message, you will be taken to the fake Diamond Bank web page located at http://vashikaranmaster.com/images/ saz/diam/secondp.htm. Remember, although the page looks exactly like the Diamond Bank website, it is not.

It appears that the website www.vashikaranmaster.com was hacked into and the malicious page "/images/ saz/diam/secondp.htm" was put there by the hackers.

You will be asked to enter your Diamond Bank and email address passwords, security questions, security answers, security Token and telephone number. If you enter the requested information, it will be stolen by the hackers who have set up the fake page and will use the same information to hijack your Diamond Bank online and email accounts.

If you have already or think you have entered your Diamond Bank and email address usernames and passwords on the bogus web page, please change both your Diamond Bank and email address passwords right now!

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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Phishing Scam - Diamond Bank Important New Security Update