In this period, many frauds have been reported, but the operation against Intesa Sanpaolo customers is of particular risk and maximum attention should be paid.
Cybercriminals have become particularly good at defrauding bank customers, and online frauds are multiplying now.
When we surf the internet we run the risk of scams and the experts never fail to remember this at this point. Let’s see what happens to Intesa Sanpaolo customers, also because the risk is to empty the account And these cybercriminals are particularly adept at doing this. This is the so-called phenomenon of phishing: a very dangerous trap against which we must pay maximum attention.
Strong danger here is what happens
Intesa Sanpaolo is a large and very important bank that guarantees its clients a high level of security but unfortunately Cybercriminals can take advantage of the trust that account holders have in their bank. In fact, the email that reaches Intesa Sanpaolo’s customers is done very well and appears to come from a well-known Italian banking institution. This is a very professional yet commanding tone of email. In this communication, it is important to reiterate that it is completely false and fraudulent customers are told that their accounts are at risk and that this You have to do some checks to make it safe. The email is written in such a way that it really looks like it came from the bank And for account holders, it’s very easy to fall in love with it.
How did they deceive the customers?
To secure the victim’s current account, it is therefore important to follow an indicative procedure which can be accessed by clicking on the link at the end of the message. The account holder was told that the error was partly his fault because he ignored the new security measures introduced by the European Union and many other excuses. In short, criminals are very skilled at making the unfortunate feel some guilt, so he rushes to click on the link to activate this security measure.
But beware: woe to clicking on the link in this email or even any other questionable link that reaches us. By clicking on the link, we provide fraudsters with the opportunity to access our credentials and therefore our account. Therefore, maximum attention should be paid to this latest scam in relation to Intesa Sanpaolo customers and also in relation to customers of other banks who can see messages of the same type arriving.
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