Last gasp of the phlopping phish

In about two weeks, Lloyds TSB, the retail bank formed by a 1995 merger of Lloyds Bank and Trustee Savings Bank, will cease to exist: the merger will be effectively undone, and Lloyds and TSB will go their separate ways. So this may be the last opportunity for this phish:

Dear Lloyds TSB valued customer,

You received this email as a notice for the database update for this month. This update is designed by our IT engineers to provide higher security to our customers online accounts, prevent unauthorized account access and other types of online fraud.

You are required to update your online profile by downloading the document attached to this e-mail.

“Required,” yet. Here’s a look at the document:

Phishing document received 10 September 2013

So much easier than picking pockets, am I right?







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