The email message below: "Sign-in Expired," which claims that the recipients’ RHB online internet banking account has expired, is a phishing scam. The email has a link, if clicked, will take the potential victims to a fake RHB website, where they will be asked to sign in with their RHB usernames, passwords and then asked for their RHB online banking security code and questions.
They may also be asked to submit your credit/debit card and other sensitive information that the scammers behind the phishing scam need to gain access to their accounts and in order to rip them off.
The Fake RHB Email Message
From: email@example.com .dk
Subject: Sign-in Expired
Date: Sun, 31 May 2015 19:58:33 -0700
Dear Valued Customer,
Your RHB online internet banking account has expired.
Click here To Renew
Thank you for banking with us.
RHB Online Banking
It is recommended that you never click on a link to sign into your RHB account. Go directly to https://logon.rhb.com.my/ in your web browser to sign into your account instead.
If you were tricked by phishing email message above, please change your RHB password and report it to RHB immediately.
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