Monday, July 31, 2006

Dear Valued Client

I've recieved a couple of these internet bank fraud messages but I've got to say this one has the worst english of any of them.

Most of the others were quite slick but the language in this one makes it sound like it originated in Nigeria!

Honestly, is anyone ever fooled by this stuff?

Dear Valued Client of National Australian Bank!

Our Technical service have updated our security SSL certification system. This updates help us to avoid fraud transactions with your personal account and keep your money resourses in safety. Also this updated system makes your connection with bank account and other our services more codify with 1024 bite protocol, so you can be sure that nobody else will get access to your account in our bank system.Due to this updates we have temporarily blocked your account, you should reactivate it to make transactions again. You should only to log in and we will automaticly restore it. You can easily do it, click the link below:

We appreciate your business. It's truly our pleasure to serve you! This email is for notification only. To contact us, please log into your account and send a Bank Mail.Don't reply to this message. It is automaticly generated by our Customers care centre.

National Australian Bank Customers care centre.

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