Beware the email purportedly from Lloyds Bank

It is a phishing email designed to get you to disclose personal information. If received do not click on “LOGIN” or reply. The link takes you to a Russian based domain. The email sender is shown as Lloyds Bank> noreply (at) mail.com

Dear Customer,

This e-mail has been sent to you by Lloyds Bank to inform you that we were unable to process your latest statement of accounts. This is Due to a slight error detected on your account billing information.

For your security, we have temporarily suspended access to your account(s). Such as (Receive payments, Make payments or withdraw funds). Until account verification procedures as been confirm.

This might be due to either of the following reasons:

  1. A recent change in your personal information. (eg: billing address, phone)
    2. Submitting incorrect Payment information during online payment process.

Due to this, to ensure that your service is not interrupted, we request you to validate and update your billing information today by following the secure reference button given below.

LOGIN

How does it work?

If we detect either of the reasons above, we may decide that we want to confirm that it’s really you. You must complete all steps otherwise you will not be able to use the online service until we have completed additional security checks.

Yours sincerely,
Lloyds Bank Billing Department”

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