FRAUDSTERS are targeting TSB customers with a fresh wave of phishing text messages this morning in an attempt to get hold of their bank details. The texts claiming to be from the bank inform customers that their account has been suspended today, May 29. It then instructs customers to follow a link to begin the verification process, or visit a local branch. But customers who click on the link will be taken to a website that looks similar to one run by TSB but is actually run by fraudsters. The form asks you to fill out your bank details that the scammers can then use to access your account and steal your money. Fraudsters have been trying their luck and targeting customers amid the chaos caused by a botched IT upgrade in the hope that they will be more likely to follow the link. Some of the messages have been appearing in the same threads where customers normally received texts from the bank, which makes them appear to be genuine. Confused and wary customers have taken to twitter to check with the bank to see if it is legitimate. Yeah it came through the same number I normally get @tsb… Read full this story
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