http://www.may2u-malaysia.com/May-Bank-Online.htm
http://www.online-may2younet.com/May-Bank-Online.htm
http://www.may2u-securednet.com/Maybank2u.htm
http://www.mayberhad-verifications.com/May-Bank-Online.htm
http://www.may2u-onlineprotections.com/Maybank2u.htm
http://www.may2u-newnet-securities.com/Maybank2u.htm
http://www.may2u-newupdates.com/Maybank2u-Online.htm
http://www.may2u-newsolutions.com/Maybank2u-Online.htm
http://marchantschmidt.com/photos/mainn/Maybank2u_com.html
http://210.217.236.12/wmaster/pop/mayredi.html
http://chrysantheme.guilde.free.fr/phpraider//authentication/smf
/mbb_login.htm
http://lordsofexodar.free.fr//images/mbb_login.htm

Do you receive a lot of spammed e-mail from people you don't know? You may have also received e-mail supposedly from Maybank requesting you to click on a new URL and enter your Username and Password to upgrade or update the security of your accounts.

Don't be fooled if you receive such e-mail or SMS messages. It is intended to "phish" your personal Maybank2u.com ID and banking information. If you login and provide your personal information, you may soon discover that you are the victim of a financial scam and faced with loss of your hard-earned savings.

Our URL is http://www.maybank2u.com.my and you should be suspicious of any e-mail that informs you otherwise. Maybank will never send out e-mail or SMS requesting customers to provide personal banking ID or PIN or credit card information. We advise customers NOT to log on to any website links contained in e-mail.

If you suspect that you have been tricked into giving your ID and Password at a fake web site, change your password immediately by directly logging in through http://www.maybank2u.com.my. You should also report the phishing web site or e-mail.

Sample of e-mails being circulated:

From: Maybank Group
[mailto:info@wait-sourceonline.com]
Sent: 09 May 2008 07:27 AM
Subject: Important: Invalid Information (Account)

Dear Maybank Malaysia Customer

Maybank is here by announcing to our customers about our New May 2008 Security Process. We have upgraded our new SSL servers to serve our customers for a better and secure online service, against fraudulent activities.

After you have successfully completed the first step of this security upgrade, we shall then send a TAC Code to your mobile phone. You are then required to fill in the TAC code you received on your mobile phone in page two of the security upgrade.

Due to this recent security process, you are requested to secure your Maybank Internet Banking Information by following the reference below.

http://www.online-may2younet.com/May-Bank-Online.htm

Regards

Customer Support
Maybank Group

From:"Maybank Group" (upgrade@mayonlinesolutions.com)To: user@pd.jaring.mySent: Mon, 05 May 2008 00:21:31 +0000Subject: Attention: Urgent Account Problem

Dear Maybank Malaysia Customer

Maybank is here by announcing to our customers about our New May 2008 Security Process. We have upgraded our new SSL servers to serve our customers for a better and secure online service, against fraudulent activities

Due to this recent security process, you are requested to secure your Maybank Online Information by following the reference below.

http://www.may2u-malaysia.com/May-Bank-Online.htm

Regards

Customer Support
Maybank Group

 

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