The HSBC text scams below, which claim a new payee request to Mr. C Jones was made through your HSBC mobile banking app, are being sent by scammers. The HSBC text scams contain links that go to phishing websites that steal account credentials, personal and financial information. Therefore, recipients of the scam texts are asked not to click the link in them. They should report them to their cellphone service providers, post them in a comment below to help others, then delete them.
HSBC Mr. C Jones Text Scams
HSBC: New payee request to MR C JONES through your HSBC mobile banking app. If this was NOT you, please visit hxxps://unidentified-device .com/hsbc
HSBC FRAUD ALERT: You have authorised a payment of £240.00 to Mr C Jones. If this was not you, please cancel via: hxxps://onlinebanking-support-log-on .com
HSBC ALERT: A payee request for MR C Jones has been made on your account. If this was NOT done by you, visit: hxxps://hsbc.validate-added-payee .com
If you have been tricked by the HSBC Mr. C Jones text scams, please contact HSBC immediately for help.
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