HSBC FRAUD ALERT: You have authorised a payment of £240.00 to Mr C Jones – Scam or Legit Message?

Beware of phishing messages coming in the name of HSBC claiming that You have authorized a payment of £240.00 to Mr C Jones. These kinds of scam messages ask you to click the link provided on these messages. But, you should not click that link since that may infect your device. You can find one example of such messages below.

  • “HSBC FRAUD ALERT: You have authorised a payment of £240.00 to Mr C Jones. If this was not you please cancel via: https://onlinebanking-securitycode-logon .com”

You may get similar types of such scam messages. So, you can help us by reporting similar kinds of scam messages below in the comment section. If you are concerned with your privacy, then you can comment below without submitting your email address.

Beware of fraudulent messages - "HSBC FRAUD ALERT You have authorised a payment of £240.00 to Mr C Jones. If this was not you please cancel via onlinebanking-securitycode-logon"

What is the motive behind these fraudulent messages? The reality of the fake text message – HSBC FRAUD ALERT: You have authorized a payment of £ 240.00 to Mr C Jones. If this was not you please cancel via onlinebanking-securitycode-logon .com and so on.

These fraud messages are not from any genuine companies but are from scammers to get your personal information so that they can scam you. They may ask you to click some link and submit the personal details on the fake website posing the real ones or call them or message/reply to them where they will trick you to submit your personal details. So, you should not follow any instructions provided in these messages or click any link or download anything (if provided any). The links or files provided on these messages may also contain some viruses or malware or spyware that can hack your device as well.

So, if you get confused about the legitimacy of the messages that you received, then it’s better you contact or check on the official website of the respective company (in this case you can contact HSBC) to confirm either the messages you received are real or fake ones.

Once these cybercriminals get your personal information, they make money by selling those details. If they get your credit card information, even they can steal money from your credit card. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these kinds of messages.

These messages may not come from the same number or same email or in the name of the same company. These scammers may use multiple numbers, emails, and the name of companies to send similar messages. A few examples of scam messages are:

So, help us by reporting similar types of messages by using the comment section below.

Now you know the reality of these kinds of fraud messages. So, if you want to say something about it or want to report about any kinds of scams, then please feel free to leave your comment below. After all, we are here to spread awareness about scams. So, let’s do it together. Let’s save innocent people from scams.

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