Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email, apparently
from my bank. The reality is that it was sent by criminals that want
me to give them my personal information, so that they can empty my account,
or use the information for identity theft.
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Sent: Monday, March 13, 2006
Subject: Please update your TCF National
Bank account !
Dear valued member
TCF Bank always look forward for the high security
of our clients. Some customers have been receiving an email
claiming to be from TCF advising them to follow a link
to what appear to be a TCF web site, where they are
prompted to enter their personal Online Banking details.
TCF Bank is in no way involved with this email
and the web site does not belong to us.
TCFBank is proud
to announce about their new updated secure system. We updated
our new SSL servers to give our customers a better, fast
and secure online banking service.
Due to the recent update of the servers, you are requested
to please update your account info at the following link.
We have asked few additional information which is going
to be the part of secure login process. These additional
information will be asked during your future login security
so, please provide all these info completely and correctly
otherwise due to security reasons we may have to close your
J. S. Smith
Please do not reply to
this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered.
For assistance, log in to your TCF Online Bank account and
choose the "Help" link on any page.
TCF Email ID # 1009