Millions of Lloyds customers have been warned to be vigilant against a tide of scam letters purporting to be from the bank, but which are actually being sent by fraudsters.
The letters use a customer’s name, the Lloyds Bank logo and is even signed off by ‘Jamie Smith – Customer Relationship Manager’ all in a bid to dupe their potential victim into believing the letter is genuine.
The full letter, as published by the Daily Telegraph, reads:
Dear [customer name]
We have noticed some unusual transactions on your personal current account, please contact us on 08438 49 58 65 to confirm these transaction are genuine.
Customer Relationship Manager
Another scam: Those who bank with Lloyds have been warned to be vigilant with customers receiving letters from fraudsters
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