NetBank customers who have received the fake "NetBank Unusual Spend on Your Account" email notifications like the one below are asked not to click on them. This is because cybercriminals are sending out fake NetBank email notification with links that go to fake NetBank websites that steal account credentials if visitors attempt to sign-in.
A Fake "NetBank Unusual Spend on Your Account" Email
From: NetBankNotification@cba.com.au <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, May 6, 2019, 1:26:50 AM PDT
Subject: RE: NetBank Notification : Important information regarding Netbank on 5/6/2019 8:26:47 AM (#ID 3B)
Wе havе idеntifiеd somе unusuаl spend on your аccоunt. Plеase rеviеw yоur аccоunt аctivity аnd if yоu sее а transаctiоn you did not аuthоrisе, Having trоublе Viеw Online Hеrе.
The link in this fake email goes the following fake NetBank website:
This is why it is important that Netbank customers always go directly to Netbank's legitimate website and sign into their account from there. Their website is located at: www.commbank.com.au