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    Kasikorn Bank is New website real or phoney

    I got an email telling me to log in at a new website which alway slooks phishy? Anyone else have it from Kcyber today .I rang bank of course they are shut and next few days great time for skim scam artists the telephone number looks genuine Bangkok 888 88 88 the Chinese big lucky
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
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    If it asked for any of your details, passwords, etc then it is phony; banks do not send emails asking for details (your bank should've sent you an email telling you that... ).

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    If you go to Kasikornbank.com the real web page they have a warning about this fake web page.
    Welcome to KASIKORNBANK - KASIKORNBANK

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44
    I got an email
    Who was it addressed to ?
    If it says Dear Customer rather than using your name then it is more likely a scam

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    Phishy for sure, I get em often - only last week had 1 from Halifax UK telling me my account had become "unstable" and I could solve the problem by filling in my details on the link provided. Haven't got an account with Halifax!

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    ... and I could solve the problem by filling in my details on the link provided. Haven't got an account with Halifax!
    Did you fill in the details anyway??

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    wonder if k-bank will compensate any of their customers who lost money because of this scam.

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    Yes, Kasikorn has a new website for K-cyberbanking. Just go to the usual website and you will see it. Don't click on links from e-mails etc... as scammers might take advantage of them actually launching a genuine new website.

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    Yep, it's this one:

    https://online.kasikornbankgroup.com...in.jsp?lang=en

    Just has a new look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile
    wonder if k-bank will compensate any of their customers who lost money because of this scam.
    Why should they, it's not their fault. Should Apple compensate the victims of a Nigerian scammer selling non existing iPads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjbs
    Just go to the usual website and you will see it. Don't click on links from e-mails etc...
    always a good rule of thumb. as it is the Kasikorn site does look different, but that email was probably still phishin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    If it asked for any of your details, passwords, etc then it is phony; banks do not send emails asking for details (your bank should've sent you an email telling you that... ).
    The latest and greatest is modifying the website via your browser, so you are on the real site, just modified Sneaky cunts.


    That email appears to be from Kasikorn, looking at the headers. Well, those I can see in the rubbish mail. If someone has spoken to them about it pls post, else I'll do as soon as I have the motivation.

    What makes me a bit uncomfortable is the mail talks about the security p/w or somesuch, not the login p/w, didn't really read it all. Which is exactly what the abovementioned trojans change on websites to harvest the info.
    Last edited by FlyFree; 08-04-2012 at 08:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyFree
    The latest and greatest is modifying the website via your browser
    what i hate is 'localization', it puts you wherever your IP is and corrects your language accordingly. hell if you're using a VPN. fortunately, Kasikorn hasn't gone there yet.

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