NAB Has Issued A Warning For ALL Its Customers
NAB online banking customers are the latest targets of an email scam that are telling victims their account has been disabled before prompting them to enter a password into a fake website.
The email has been sent to NAB customers and tells the recipients their bank account has been disabled and prompts to click a link to reactivate their account.
A NAB spokeswoman said the bank had issued a take-down notice for the same.
"We remind customers, NAB will never ask you to confirm, update or disclose personal or banking information via email or text," she said.
The email comes with the subject line 'Notification' and is sent from firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAB has listed the scam on its website and has advised customers to forward them the email to email@example.com and then delete it.
Victims are urged to contact their local NAB branch or call 13 22 65 immediately.