Tuesday, October 9, 2012

[SPAM] Axis Bank ALERT: Your Account is Locked!!!‏

Hackers always try new things to steam your data and money. E-mail spamming is most common of all of them. They always come up with new tricks to fool innocent users. Currently they have been attacking the bank account information in the name of Axis Bank and Union Bank. Here, I will show you how they steal your personal information and may damage your system by a mail only.

First of all try to avoid mails in your junk/spam folder, as most of them are fake and dangerous, do not trust them easily. Try not to open them if possible. Because by only opening the email you can get some viruses and never download files attached in risky emails, they are also full of viruses.
Never fill any form or send your personal data to such untrustworthy mails as most of them are fake and can put you in serious trouble with your money as well.

Share it with people known to you and save them from trouble.
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This is how the mail looks like:
Dear Customer,
Restriction have been placed on your account due multiple login attempt.
As a valued Axis Bank customer, we want to let you know what this means and
how to resolve the situation.
What does it mean to have restricted access? Your account have been restricted
and the following options are unavailable:
• Access to your account online
• Withdraw money from ATM with your debit card
• Online shopping, Transfer and bill payments
• Mobile banking and SMS Alert 
How do I resolve the issue?
1. Open The Attachment In This Mail Which Contains A Security Verification
2. Carefully Confirm Your details and Get secured Instantly .
3. After Successful Verification, You Will Be Redirected To Our Disclaimer
4. In two weeks from your receipt of this mail, You Will Receive A Manual
Containing A Pin And How To Activate It
The account restriction process helps to maintain security against online
Protecting Security of your account is our primary concern and we apologise
for any inconvenience this may cause .
Yours sincerely
Axis Bank Security Team

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