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Apr-18-2005 @ 2:18 PM                           Permalink
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Please be aware the Barclays Bank are not asking for confirmation of bank details from their customers in Norfolk despite what you family members might have received by e-mail elderly relatives should be urged NOT to respond

I know you knew what you were doing, dear, but you still hit the other boat! Bill...

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The phishing scumbags on the hunt again eh? Some of the pages these lowlife send out can look realistic and could easily fool the unaware. Always check the URL as this can be a giveaway as it will be nothing like the Bank's website address. The people perpetrating this sort of outrage should be publicly garrotted with blunt cheesewire IMO  Mad

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Dibblers advice is very sound, but I would go even further than that. None of the UK financial institutions request personal information by Email. Do not go there, ignore it, delete it, do not even open it. Rest assured, if they wish to contact you on an important matter, they will. By mail, and even then, they never ask you to divulge passwords or sensitive account details.
Only the other day I was telephoned by an "overseas number" requesting bank information for a new mobile telephone - seemed a good deal, however they needed my bank details for a so called credit check. I requested that they sent me a letter detailing the proposal - it never arrived.

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