More bank scam emails doing the rounds. If you see ANY emails like this, please delete. How to tell emails like this are fake:
1. Poor grammar / spelling (system updrade)
2. The link you click on takes you to a different address
3. The actual link taken to (easyweb.tdcanadatrust.gmacanada.ca/) is listed on Mcafee Siteadvisor as being fraudulent -
4. Very subtle differences between the real TD site and this one (example: on the real site, the 2nd box is "card description". On the fake site it's "phone code"). The fake site will use the links from the real site to make it look legit if you click them.
5. The banks don't send these emails asking for personal information anyway !!
Online Safety & Security
Dear EasyWeb Members,
We are looking forward to your support and understanding and inform you about new TD CanadaTrust Business department system updrade performed by security management team in order to protect our clients from increased online fraud activity, unauthorized account access, illegal funds withdrawal and also to simplify some processes.
The new updated technologies guaranty convenience and safety of EasyWeb account usage. New services for your account will be effective immediately after an account confirmation process by a special system activation application.
To take an advantages of current updrade you should login your account by using TD Canada Trust Online application. For the purpose please follow the reference:
Please note that changes in security system will be effective immediately after relogin.
Current message is created by our automatic dispatch system and could not be replyed. For the purpose of assistance, please use the "User Guide" reference of an original TD Canada Trust website.
TD Canada Trust .