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USJ27Resident
26-12-2008, 02:48 PM
fromCIMB Bank <cimbclicks@security.com.my>
reply-tonoreply@security.com.my

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dateWed, Dec 24, 2008 at 9:30 AM
subjectSecurity Alert!

hide details Dec 24 (2 days ago) Reply

Dear CIMB Bank customer,

We are hereby notifying you that we've recently suffered a DDos-Attack on one of our's Internet Banking server. For security reasons you must complete the next steps to verify the integrity of your CIMBClicks account. If you fail to complete the verification in the next 24 hours your account will be suspended.
Here's how to get started:

1. Log in to CIMBClicks online account (click here).

2. You must request for TAC online via CIMBClicks - your TAC will be sent via SMS to the mobile phone number you registered at the ATM.
( you can find the "request TAC" button in the left menu of your account )

3. Logout from your account and close the browser.

4. When you have received the TAC (Transaction Authorization Code) on your mobile phone, go to our secured verification server and submit the requested information(Account user ID, password and TAC).CLICK HERE to go on our secured server.

5. Please allow 48 hours for processing.

Please comply and thanks for understanding.
2008 CIMB Bank

Guys - please pass this alert around. Giving your TAC and your accounts details to a third party is as good as giving your PIN number AND your ATM card to a stranger...

Read No. 2 and No. 4 slowly and you'd see the smooth details.... I almost bought it - but did not because I don't have No CIMB Account. Also tried connecting to their "server" but seems they goofed up on their https-[link] address.
I can only imagine some poor soul that is new to the Net...

No. 5 - Real classic - "pls allow 48hrs for processing" - like what the >>> 48hrs to raid the account??? :eek:

bslee
26-12-2008, 03:48 PM
Whenever you get one of these mails, just copy and paste anyone familiar line to Google, and you may be amazed you may be pointed to some website that reports the matter as some scam mail!. Simple lah! but don't click on any of the links.

Hey you folks!.. How about you all be SMARTER and ask prices on your restaurant dish on ordering than more attention to how to counter scam mails. Prevent yourself from "KENA KATOK" in your own backyard FIRST than kena katok from some intenational site?..