UBank customers warned over text message – 7NEWS

Thousands of Ubank customers are being urged to watch out for any text messages claiming their spending limit has been restricted.
Scammers have begun impersonating the online banking giant in a new phishing scam.
“Your Ubank pay spending limit has been restricted,“ the text message warns.
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The accompanying URL link will then take the victim to a third-party website where they are asked for their credit card or banking details.
Ubank’s 700,000 customers are being urged to remain vigilant and to contact their bank if they are unsure.
“Ubank will never ask you to confirm or disclose banking information via a link in an email or text message,” NAB, which owns Ubank, warned.
“If you have received this type of text message, please forward it to 0476 220 003 (047 NAB 0003) or take a screenshot, email it to [email protected] and then delete the text message.”
Meanwhile, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recommends the following in order to better protect yourself from phishing scams:
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