Lloyds Bank customers are being targeted by sophisticated "device paired" text alert scams with links to phishing websites that contain the name "securelloyd" in them. The scams, operated by cybercriminals, can be very convincing and use personalized details to lull the individual into a false sense of security. In most cases, the victim will be directed to a fraudulent but realistic-looking website, where they are urged to enter account details, passwords, security codes, and PIN numbers.
A Securelloyd Scam
Lloyds Alert: You have successfully paired a NEW DEVICE on 09/12 at 21:05. If this was NOT you, visit securelloyd-helpteam.com LloydsBank-Mobile
Recipients of the text who click the link will be redirected to a fake Lloyds Bank website called securelloyd-helpteam.com, which attempts to trick visitors into believing it is legitimate. The site then requests customers’ log-in details including passwords, account information and security codes and other person data.
Here are other fake Lloyds Bank website being used by cybercriminals:
If you are a victim of a Securelloyd scam, please contact Lloyds Bank for help.
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