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Santander issues advice about learn how to avoid scams after man receives fake text | Personal Finance | Finance

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The bank can be encouraging people to not be rushed into making a snap decision and to hold up the phone and call their bank using the number on the back of their card.

Many Britons reported receiving a scam email recently purportedly from Santander, which features the bank’s red and white logo.

The fake email has the title “We’re changing the way in which you go surfing to Online Banking”, and other people have shared screenshots of the bogus message on Twitter.

One person said on Twitter they’d received the fraudulent email 3 times, which incorporates the message: “We’re making some changes to the way you go surfing to Online Banking consequently of latest regulation which affects the entire banking sector.

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