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Fake "EFG Bank Thailand" Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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Fake "EFG Bank Thailand" Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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I keep receiving these fake "EFG Bank Thailand" emails being sent my online scammers who think they can trick me into sending them money for some fake service. Please be careful when you are asked to send money or personal information online. Scammers or cybercriminals are stealing people's money or personal information by promisng them large sums of money, employment, or they are threaten with legal action.

A Fake "EFG Bank Thailand" Email

Date: Friday, May 24, 2019, 2:37 PM

From: EFG Bank Thailand <infobanking@efgbk.com>

International Remittance Department

EFG Bank Thailand

10 Lumpini Road Siam ,Bangkok, 10200 Thailand

infobanking@efgbk.com

24 Hours Service Line +66-624-189-460

Dear.

The due date to claim your prize has already elapsed and your prize officially terminated.However we applied for an extension on your behalf and send your documents to the Interior and finance ministry. The documents sent include the payment slip you made for the government stamp duty fee and they said it is not legible .Kindly resend the copy of the slip so that we can get you an extension for you to be able to have enough time to come to Thailand and make the payment for the clearance certificate. Thank you for your understanding.

Customer satisfaction is our first priority. If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to contact us. We love to hear from our customers

Sincerely

Mr Shinwat Sompon ( Foreign Operation Manager)

International Remittance Department.

EFG Bank Thailand

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