Standard Chartered Bank — suspicious mails from "standard chartered bank"
A letter sent to me with below content
Our esteem customer: fung so i man romana
This e-mail is to inform you of the final opening of your online account. Though it is presently inactive and it is required to be activated for you to be able to successfully transfer your due funds into your nominated bank account.
However, you can access your online account via our sign on page with your access details as provided below:
Sign on page :
Customer number: fung4040
Note: do click on log in once you fill in your customer number and password and then once the first page opens, do also click on log in and your will be able to access your online account.
Be informed that you will be required to make an initial deposit of 2, 600.00 gbp to activate your online account to enable you make transfers from your online account into your nominated bank account (S). Note that the activation deposit will be credited to your online account.
Do keep us informed on your readiness to remit the activation deposit so that we can provide you with the means to remit the activation deposit to us.
Thanks for choosing standard chartered bank as we wait for your swift response.
Standard chartered bank
Mr. Jordan gipson, (M. T. D)
E-mail: [protected]@scgrps.co. Uk
E-mail: info. [protected]@email.com
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Mar 19, 2018
Standard Chartered Bank customer support has been notified about the posted complaint.