NatWest confirms new online banking scam tactic – 'Did you click on the link?’

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On their website, NatWest warns customers against email scams, also known as phishing. 

They noted some important aspects Britons should check to see if their correspondence has been legitimate. 

The first of which, that Neelima followed, is to be wary of any emails with attachments or prompts to open links. 

These links could take customers to fake, but realistic looking, webpages that copy the data they input. 


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