Publication Date Headline Outlet URL 05-Feb-2018 [February 4, 2018] Barclaycard phishing: Beware of this email - scam (update) warning stickers Onlinewarnungen.de Click to open
Snippet (Source: Press picture of Barclays Bank PLC) Barclaycard customers are harassed since beginning of 2018 with spam. The fake messages suggest that due to the changed Federal Privacy Act allegedly a verification of the identity of the bank customers is necessary. But be careful. Here, it is designed to steal your data. Advertising: Barclaycard is known as a global provider of credit cards. Due to particularly favourable conditions for the credit cards, these are very widely used. Criminals use this to spread with the scattering of phishing messages. For this purpose, fake emails are sent, so that customers can no longer rely on the specified sender. An alleged "security update" is discussed in the current email forgeries. In the past, been terrorist attacks, the Brexit, server outages, and EU decrees were used as hangers. The content of the E-Mail is however completely fictitious. In truth, it is designed to steal your personal data with the data of the credit card. Important: The following messages come not from Barclaycard, but by cyber criminals. These emails on behalf of Barclaycard are currently in circulation usually criminals are using different versions of E-Mails to lure potential victims into a trap. We collect the fraudulent messages at this point and ask our readers to send us further dubious or unique phishing messages to email@example.com. Currently, an email will be sent with the sender of Barclaycard Customer Service and the subject of "Message from your customer service". In the message, the recipient is addressed with his name. So at least one file with the full name and the corresponding email addresses of the user exists the fraudsters. Do not click the link in this email. Appears in a fake Web site. All entered data are transferred not at Barclaycard, but directly at criminals. The criminals constantly change the texts of emails. 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Barclaycard: Account issue identified important message Barclay online service: closing your account message from your online customer service following phishing messages are known to us: 02.02.2018 message from your customer service by Service@Barclaycard.de 28.01.2018 Barclaycard: account problem message found by firstname.lastname@example.org 31.12.2017 of your online customer service by email@example.com 25.11.2017 Barclaycard online service: problem with your account from Barclays support 16.11.2017 incident: Joseph BCL218 - message from Barclaycard! You get a new message from barclaycard 10.11.2017. by Barclaycard 06.11.2017 online service: deactivating your account by Barclaycard 06.11.2017 Barclaycard: account issue online service identified by Barclaycard 30.10.2017: deactivating your account from Barclays Germany 23.10.2017 necessary correction Their information by Barclayservice advertising 22.10.2017 online service: deactivating your account from Barclays Germany 21.10.2017 important: conflict with your account customer service 15.10.2017 Barclaycard online service: problem with your account from Barclays Support 17.09.2017 Barclaycard: your account has been temporarily deactivated by Barclays support 17.09.2017 News: issue with your account from Barclays support 17.09.2017 Barclaycard online service: deactivating your account by Barclaycard support 17.09.2017 message by Their customer service by Barclaycard support 17.09.2017 Barclaycard Customer Service: confirmation required by Barclays support 03.09.2017 Barclaycard online service: problem with your Barclaycard account 02.09.2017 Barclaycard online service: problem with your Barclaycard account 25.08.2017 Barclaycard Customer Service: important message for you by Barclaycard / firstname.lastname@example.org 18.07.2017 message from customer service by email@example.com advertising 01.07.2017 message from customer service from Barclaycard Customer service 06.03.2017 message from your firstname.lastname@example.org 06.03.2017 customer service message from your email@example.com 06.03.2017 customer service message from your customer service by firstname.lastname@example.org 06.02.2017 message of the Barclaycard (email@example.com) 01.02.2017 customer service message from your Barclaycard Customer Service 01.02.2017 message of your Barclaycard Customer Service 01.02.2017 message of your Barclaycard Customer Service 01.02.2017 message from your Barclaycard Customer Service 01.02.2017 message of your Barclaycard Customer service if you have a different version of the email, guide us this on firstname.lastname@example.org more. We will then complete the article. In our guide, we explain how you recognize fake emails even if you are very well done. Advertising file attachments the most phishing emails on behalf of Barclaycard include a link which leads to a Phishingseite dangerous. However, there are e-mail messages that contain an HTML file in the system again and again. These are but also dangerous. Here, too, it is designed to steal your data. Basically, we advise you to open any file attachments by email will be sent to you unexpectedly. What can happen by the phishing attack?