HSBC Confirm Your Phone Number Scam

HSBC Confirm Your Phone Number Scam

The fake HSBC email below, which claims HSBC need to confirm the recipients' phone number, is a scam. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking on the link in it. The link goes to a fake HSBC website that will ask visitors to sign in. But, any attempt to sign in will send the visitors' credentials to the online scammers. The scammers will then use the stolen credentials to gain access to their potential victims' accounts and use them fraudulently.

The HSBC Confirm Your Phone Number Scam

From: Hsbc

Sent: Thursday, May 27, 2021 2:56:32 PM


Subject: fwd:Confirm your phone number.


Dear Customer,

Our system has determined that you have not confirmed your phone number.

Remember to update your phone number so that you can make certain purchases or transactions online and facilitate conversations with your advisor.

This simple and fast solution allows you to make banking transactions more easily and without waiting times.

To view it, click the link below:

Confirm my phone number

Our website, our mobile applications and our machines allow you to manage your bank accounts with total security and autonomy, formalize new contracts, carry out simulations, request financing, etc.

Remaining at your disposal.


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HSBC Confirm Your Phone Number Scam