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Subject: Internet banking alert! [x - 85-8]
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Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2012 08:58:53 -0400
Dear Halifax Customer (firstname.lastname@example.org) ,
This e-mail has been sent by Halifax UK (September 25th, 2012). [Alert Code: 718x9]
© Halifax Services - Lloyds Group 2012
Uh... we think you misspelled our name...
Same old, same old. That is one thing about traditional phishing scammers, they can't come up with any new ideas. But that is a good thing... for the victim of course, because this makes it easier to spot the scam. If you seen one, you've seen them all.
The fake link even has your e-mail address embedded into it, to make it look more legitimate. At least this scammer is trying something different with the phishing link.
A better idea would be to disregard this message in all cases. In other words, do not click on the link and send it to your junk mail immediately.
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