"Huntington Bank" Phishing Emails Being Sent by Cyberthievies

"Huntington Bank" Phishing Emails Being Sent by Cyberthievies

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Huntington Bank's customers who have received fake emails like one the below, which claim someone tried to log in to their account and as a result of this, their accounts have been locked, are asked not to click on the links in the email message. This is because the fake emails are being sent by cyberthieves who are attempting to trick recipients into clicking on the links in the emails which go to fake or phishing Huntington Bank website that steal account credentials.

On the fake Huntington Bank website, visitors will be asked to sign-in, but if they attempt to do so, their account credentials will be sent to the cybercriminals behind the scam.

In order to protect themselves against phishing scams, Huntington Bank customers should always go directly to https://www.huntington.com/ and sign into their accounts from there, instead of clicking on a link in an email message.

A "Huntington Bank" Phishing Email Sent by Cyberthievies

From: Huntington <dermaflage.c2p071pm.vckpu@openhost.hneu.net>

Sent: Monday, July 8, 2019 7:53 AM

Subject: Case lD # 10515G1804F

Dear Customer,

Someone tried to login to your Huntington. We stopped this login attempt, but we take additional action that we locked your account for security reason. Please signin and complete security step to recover your account.


Date & Time : Friday, July 08, 2019 05:11 AM (EDT)

Location : Canada

Operating System : Mozilla Firefox

For Additional information

If you believe an someone has accessed your account, you can use the link below to return to your previous security settings




Copyright © 2019 huntington Inc all rights reserved.

Huntington Bank customers who have been tricked or those who think they have been tricked by the phishing scam are asked to contact Huntington Bank for help.

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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"Huntington Bank" Phishing Emails Being Sent by Cyberthievies