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Westpac alerted their community to a recent scam that has infiltrated their customers inboxes.
The email advised that there was suspicious activity coming from a device. The link at the top of the email, if clicked on, takes you to a phishing website which may ask you for personal banking information.
The email may look like this:
Don’t click on this link as Westpac would never ask you to click a link to sign into your online banking.
What Should I Look Out For?
- If you hover over the link it will tell you were it is going to redirect you too.
- By looking at the email address you can see that it looks very suspicious as it is a bunch of numbers opposed to a legitimate support email address from Westpac.
- Search Google for Westpac’s online banking website to ensure you are going to Westpac’s legitimate site.
Can itro Help Me?
If you have any security concerns or you have been receiving many of these suspicious emails, call itro on 1800 10 3000 or email email@example.com for your FREE IT assessment and chat with one of our experts on how we can help you with your businesses IT.