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|FDIC name used in Phishing attacks|
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|HSBC Online Services Reactive your account|
|HSBC Bank - Overdrawn Balance|
- If you receive a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from HSBC, please call us immediately at
1-800-975-HSBC (1-800-975-4722). Forwarding instructions will be provided so that we can take immediate action. Submit the entire email including the web address and header, so it can be properly investigated.
- You should also forward any fraudulent email you receive to:
The Anti-Phishing Working Group.
- See examples of spoof emails previously reported by other businesses.
- For more information on cyber-crimes, visit the Federal Trade Commission web site and you should also forward the fraudulent email to : firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Visit the Fraud and Online Security sections of the Security Site to learn more about online fraud and what you can to do avoid becoming a victim.