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NAB is aware of fraudulent text (SMS) messages targeting customers informing them that their NAB Card has been locked. Please see an example of this SMS below.

The SMS directs recipients to click on a link to unlock their card. This leads to a fake NAB website asking for credit card and banking credentials.

Do not click on the link.

If you receive this type of SMS, forward to spoof@nab.com.au and delete it.

If you've received an SMS of this type and have clicked on the link, please contact your local branch or call 13 22 65 immediately.

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