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FRAUD ALERT: Fake Scotia Bank Phishing attack via text message

Please be vigilant. The link in the text message has no mention of the bank name in it. If you click on it, you’ll end up on a fake bank website where you could accidently give away your banking credentials to cyber criminals.

Recommended steps:

Delete or ignore the text message.

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