HSBC Text Scam - a New Payee Has Been Added

The HSBC text scam below, which claims a new payee has been added today, is being sent by scammers. The HSBC text scam contains links that go to a phishing website that steals account credentials, personal and financial information. Therefore, recipients of the scam text are asked not to click the link in it. They should report it to their cellphone service provider, post it in a comment below to help others, then delete it.

HSBC Text Scam - a New Payee Has Been Added

The HSBC Text Scam

The HSBC Text Scam - a New Payee Has Been Added

HSBC: A new payee has been added today at 18:50 14DEC12, if this was not you urgently visit: HS-ciiom .com

If you have been tricked by the HSBC Mr. C Jones text scams, please contact HSBC immediately for help.

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HSBC Text Scam - a New Payee Has Been Added