There are probably a million and one posts we owe you by now but this is rather urgent. While we are doing our best to put smiles on people’s faces this season, some people are doing the exact opposite. Somebody got the mail below and sent it in.
Sender name: First Bank!
Sender email: email@example.com
Dear Valued Customer,
You have been successfully migrated to the new FirstOnline, our enhanced internet
Kindly update all your records with us correctly to prevent service interruption/suspension.
.You can login using the following link https://www.1stbanknigeria-online.com/corp/ with your current User ID as stated below;
Follow the above link and the letters in red are mandatory for migration
For security purposes, your account will be suspended if you ignore this .
Thank you for banking with FirstBank.
First Bank Nigeria Plc
Observe security policies.
To sign up for your free e-statement, and for enquiries on FirstBank products and services, please call 0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), 01-4485500, 0708-062-5000, SMS Short Code 30012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Perhaps, unlike the receipient of this mail, you use First Bank and are tempted to think this is another email from your bank. First take a look at the email address from which this was sent: email@example.com. The email address clearly shows the mail originated from a website: 100.org. THAT IS CLEARLY NOT FIRST BANK’S WEBSITE.
Sometimes, fraud is not so crystal clear. Beware!
SHARE WITH EVERYBODY