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Sun, Aug 20, 2006 10:19 pm

Barclays Banking Scam Pointing to Russian Website

I received a message this evening purportedly from Barclays Bank, a bank in the U.K. The message is shown below:

Dear Sir/Madam,

As part of our security measures, we regularly screen activity in the
Barclays Online Bank system. we recently contacted you after noticing an
issue on your account. We requested information from you for the
following reason:

Our system requires further account verification.

Due to the recent update of the servers, you are requested to please
restore your account info at the following link.


https://update.barclays.co.uk/olb/p/LoginMember.do

*Important*
We have asked few additional information which is going to be the part of
secure login process. These additional information will be asked during
your future login security so, please provide all these info completely
and correctly otherwise due to security reasons we may have to close your
account temporarily.



J. S. Smith
Security Advisor
Barclays Bank PLC.



Please do not reply to this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered. For assistance, log in to your Barclays Online Bank account and choose the "Help" link on any page. Barclays Email ID # 1009

But the URL was clearly pointing to http://www.spain-soccer.net.ru//administrator/components/ibank.barclays.co.uk/olb/p/LoginMember.do/.

I don't reside in the U.K. nor do I have a Barclays bank account, but I went to the webpage and put in dummy information. There were several pages of questions to answer with questions about one's Barclay bank account, spouse's information,and credit card information. After submitting the information I was taken to a valid Barclays Bank webpage. Anyone foolishly completing the questionnaire with valid information would not only allow the scammer to access his Barclays Bank account, but also commit identity theft.

I forwarded the information to internetsecurity @ barclays.co.uk, the email address listed at Barclays Bank scam email page.

HTML version of Scam Email

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Tue, May 16, 2006 11:26 am

Barclays Bank Customer Scam

I received a scam email message today, purportedly from the technical service department of Barclays Bank, a UK-based bank, asking that I confirm my membership details. I don't have a Barclays Bank account and the link in the message, which supposedly pointed to https://ibank.barclays.co.uk/olb/p/LoginMember.do/confirm, actually pointed to http://www.zoze.org/files/ibank.barclays.co.uk/olb/p/LoginMember.do/index.htm .

The website appeared to be out of service when I checked it and the scam webpage was inaccessible. I reported the scam anyway to doshelp@doshelp.com, which is an address associated with a site that tracks phishing scams, such as the one I received. The site lists examples of other Barclays Bank scams at Barclays Bank Fraud Websites. I also reported the scam to the abuse address at earth.nocserver.net and insidepool.com, since those domains were associated with the orgination point for the email message.

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