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Santander Spam - Confirm Your Activity Email

22. September 2017 10:30 by sirclesadmin in
Santander Spam - Confirm Your Activity Email  

Santander Spam - Confirm Your Activity Email

Beware of this impersonation of Santander:

 

 

 

From:                                         Santander <rehm.hunter@uwlax.edu>

Sent:                                           22 September 2017 08:45

To:                                               Recipients

Subject:                                     **Possible Spam** Confirm your activity

 

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E-mail Security Information.

Santander

 

Your security is our priority

Dear Customer:


We recently reviewed your account, and we suspect an unauthorized transaction .

Therefore as a preventive measure we will temporary limit your access to sensitive Santander Online features.

To ensure that your account is not compromised, please log in to your Santander Online and verify your identity to prevent deactivation.

Please use the hyperlink below to login to our secure Santander account Online from Step 1 of 3 to verify your accounts.


Verify now »







Thank you for choosing Santander,
Christian Westcough
The Santander Online Banking Help Team.

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Keep your account information up-to-date. In the event of fraudulent or unusual activity, we'll need to know the best way to reach you. Log in to your account or click to Update now »

E-mail Security Information

 



If you have concerns about the authenticity of this message, please visit http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/index for options on how to contact us.

The links actually point at:
This is a website that has been compromised or belongs to wrong-doers.
Do not follow any links on this email as they all point at dangerous websites that will compromise your browser and your system in general.

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