Justmoney.co.za investigated and we spoke to Stepehen Higgins, Senior Manager, Personal Banking Media Liaison.
"We are launching a free anti-phishing and Anti-Trojan/malware software to media at a function this (Wednesday) afternoon," Higgins said.
"Customers may upload the security software via FNB Online banking site only. We continue to urge customers to never click on a link in an email claiming to come from FNB
To view a picture of the e-mail and read what is says follow this link. It all looks prettty real and legitimate, doesn't it? The e-mail ends with a whole lot of terms and conditions from FNB.The scariest part about this e-mail is that, as Higgins mentioned, FNB are actually busy updating their security servers so it's easy to fall for this but, as we were assured - this is a scam. Do not click links in emails asking for your details - it is always, under every circumstance, a scam!
For more information please visit the FNB website.