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Current warning
November 2016: NAB-branded phishing

NAB is aware of a current phishing email targeting customers. Please see an example of this email below.

The email states that the customer’s account will be limited due to incorrect information, and directs them to click on a link to update their details. 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 email, please forward it to spoof@nab.com.au and then delete it.

If you've received an email of this type and have responded to it, please call 13 22 65 or contact your local branch immediately.

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