HSBC New Device Text

In 2020 many UK mobile mobile phone owners have complained about receiving HSBC phishing scam texts. Once such scam HSBC text includes a message advising that your HSBC account has been accessed from a new account. These HSBC phishing texts include a scam message. The message invariably involves an attempt to trick recipients into checking this fake transaction on a scam website.

Warning signals that you have received a HSBC scam message include that the caller i.d. looks like a normal looking UK mobile phone number. Caller i.d on genuine texts from HSBC would show up as just HSBC, with no number. Another indicator is that the scam website domain, included in the message, bears little or no resemblance to the real HSBC domain:

Below you can see an example of a number used to send a HSBC new device scam text:

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HSBC New Device Text Scam Website

HSBC new device scam texts include a link to a website that has been created for the purposes of phishing. These websites usually look very similar to the genuine HSBC website including login boxes. However, if you input your details on these websites your details will be stored by scammers. This information can then be used for the purposes of fraud.

Below is an example of a recent HSBC new device scam text, which includes a link to a scam website

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HSBC New Device Scam Text Numbers

Phone Number Date reported
07502 033943 14/04/2021
447931122717 28/10/2020