HS-Online Banking Scam - Phishing Website

Online scammers or cybercriminals are sending out fake and phishing "Banking and Payee Alert" email and text messages with a link to the fake HSBC website: hs-online-banking-payee-alert .com. Therefore, HSBC customers are asked not to click on links in suspicious email or text messages that encourage them to take urgent action or ask them to verify new payees, transactions, or devices.

HS-Online Banking Scam - Phishing Website

How to Protect Yourself

  • If you've received an SMS or email, you believe is suspicious:
  • don’t click on any links or download attachments
  • don’t reply
  • delete the message
  • contact HSBC using the number on the back of your card
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