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Nationwide Bank Phishing Scams

PLEASE NOTE: Nationwide Bank is not responsible for these e-mail scams. Organisations and individuals, pretending to be Nationwide Bank, initiate them. All trademarks and related logos are either trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners, or their licensors. Cyber Top Cops is in no way affiliated with Nationwide Bank. The "Received From" e-mail address mentioned for each e-mail on this page, is a spoofed e-mail address and is not the true origin of the scam e-mail.

Date: 3 September 2007
Received from
Reply-To: [DELETED] <<-- Nice Try!
Subject: Unusual Activity Detected In Your Account


Dear Customer,

Nationwide's Internet Banking,Due to concerns, for the safety and integrity of your Nationwide bank
account we have issued this warning message.

It has come to our attention that your Nationwidewide account information needs to be
updated as part of our continuing commitment to protect your account and to
reduce the instance of fraud on our website.

Due to this, You are requested to update your account information by following the link below:

Thank You.

Accounts Management As outlined in our User Agreement, Nationwide will
periodically send you information about site changes and enhancements.

Visit our Privacy Policy and User Agreement if you have any questions.

Nationwide Bank Plc
Security Advisor
Nationwide Bank PLC.

Please do not reply to this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered.
For assistance, log in to your Nationwide Internet Bank account and choose the "Help" link on any page.

Nationwide Email ID # 1009

"Nationwidewide"   Shame, the poor scammer couldn't even get the name right. At least he had fun playing around with different fonts.

"Please do not reply to this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered."

This scammer is a total nutcase! Why go through all the trouble to specify a different Reply-To e-mail address if people can't reply to the e-mail? Anyway, who is going to reply to an e-mail when the Reply-To address doesn't even belong to the sender.

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