"Fifth Third Security Prevented Suspicious Sign in Attempts to Your Online Account" Phishing Scams

Fifth Third Security Prevented Suspicious Sign in Attempts to Your Online Account Phishing Scams

Fifth Third Bank customers, beware of phishing scams like the one below which claim that their accounts have been suspended because of so-called suspicious sign-in attempts on their online accounts. The phishing scams steal online banking account credentials by tricking the recipients into clicking on a link in the fake email messages. The link goes to a fake Fifth Third Bank website disguised as the legitimate one located at www.53.com.

The "Fifth Third Security Prevented Suspicious Sign in Attempts to Your Online Account" Phishing Scam

"Subject: Online Account Suspended

Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2017 21:26:04 -0700

From: Fifth Third Bank <53@mansoft.com>

Fifth Third security prevented suspicious sign in attempts to your online account.

As a result of this unusual activity, your account has been suspended and will affect your future transactions.

We request you sign in now to reactivate your account with us.

Thank you for your attention to this matter. Your protection is our concern.

Thank you,

Fifth Third Bank

Please do not reply to this email

Copyright © 2017 Fifth Third Bank, All Rights Reserved Member FDIC, Equal

Housing Lender Equal

Housing Lender"

Once Fifth Third Bank's customers attempt to sign into the fake or phishing website that the link goes to, their banking credentials will be sent to the cybercriminal behind the scam, who will use the stolen information to gain access to their accounts, steal their money, and use the accounts fraudulently. Therefore, it is important that Fifth Third Bank customers never click on links to sign into their accounts. They should instead, go directly to www.53.com and sign-in from there. This will prevent them from being tricked into visiting phishing websites that steal personal and financial information.

Fifth Third Bank customers who have been tricked by the phishing email, or those who think they have been tricked, should contact Fifth Third Bank for help.

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  • March 29, 2018 at 3:18 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Bank 53 <sdgdfhghj1@earthlink.net>

    Date: August 20, 2017 at 2:31:43 PM EDT

    To: Undisclosed-Recipients:;

    Subject: Action Required

    BB&T Logo

    There's a Global Update Ongoing

    This is an automated message. Please do not reply directly to this email.

    Dear Valued Customer :

    Our system has detect login attempt error while login in to your online banking account.

    We have temporarily suspend your account and your access to online banking and will be

    Restricted if you fail to update.

    Bank of America protection Department apologizes for the inconveniences caused to you, and is very grateful for your cooperation .

    Click on Activate Your Card Now below to complete this process.

    Sign in to Online Banking"

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"Fifth Third Security Prevented Suspicious Sign in Attempts to Your Online Account" Phishing Scams