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SPAM-top news-Sent from my iPhone-hey. how are you?

Following is a SPAM message with a link leading to a web-page which redirects to a nasty persistent pharmacy page!
Do not click the link.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: [Some one you know!] <>
Date: Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 8:27 PM
Subject: Fwd: top news

hey. how are you? top news

Sent from my iPhone


Update to the previous posting about the NAB Hoax e-mail.

On entering the NAB ID and Password, the customers are led to a web page at:
Where you have to 'Verify' your account! Screen Capture of this page and subsequent confirmation page is also given here.
The text in the fake Account Verification page reads:

Account Verification

*All fields are mandatory

Verify Your Personal Information

Full Name :
Date of Birth :

Verify Your Financial Information

Credit Card Number :
Expiration Date(mm/yyyy) :
Credit Card Security Code :

Credit Limit (ex: 5000.00) :

Online Shopping ID (OSID) : osid

The confirmation page contains the following text:

Thank you for submitting your details.

Your information should be updated by our automatic service in the next couple of hours. There is nothing more you need to do right now. Please do not access your online banking for the next 2 - 3 hours. We will keep you updated over the email.
Thank you for using the NAB online service.

Warning: Never enter your ACTUAL details. But you can play with the fraudsters/criminals with some fake ID and Password!


The following message is a fake one to trick customers of the National Australia Bank Limited to part with their NAB ID and password.

The link in the message: leads to a fake NAB Internet Banking login page at :

A screen capture of the page is also given here. The aim of the scammer is to collect NAB ID and password through this fake login page.

So do not click the link or enter your NAB ID and password in this page.

The correct URL for NAB Internet Banking login page is:

Alternatively, one can access it from the National Australia Bank Limited's home page at:


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: <>
Date: Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 4:22 AM
Subject: New Alert!

Your National Australia Bank has 1 New Alert Messages , received on 08/08/2013, 8:00.

Click here to read it >>


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