PSD Bank: Customers should be careful now

PSD Bank: Customers should be careful now

The cyber gangsters chose not the customers of Sparkasse or Volksbank for their latest attacks, but the customers of some lesser known bank.

In late 2021, new phishing emails are coming again, like consumer advocates

to warn
, This time the customers of PSD Bank should fall prey to it.

Some confusing e-mails mention an accidentally executed and therefore blocked transfer that should be cancelled. The recipient of the mail should now have their account verified. To do this, he must be logged in. A green button with the inscription “Cancelling a transfer” (hence the wrongly spelled together) is located at the bottom of the mail. The customer should use this to access his login.

The mail is written softly, several words written at once. Clearly, by the end of the year, cyber gangsters are losing their appetite for at least one correctly written phishing email. Delete it without clicking anything in this mail.

Your bank will never send you an email containing a link that you must use to register for online banking.

Recently there has been a huge amount of phishing emails on various topics.

Here’s the overview:

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