BMO Now in Two Languages Scheme

Posted: December 5, 2007 in Identity theft, Uncategorized
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Merci, la Banque de Montreal. Oui, je vas “You safeguards your account” Get a life or at least try! While you are at it maybe you could deposit some funds in my account, a few extra dollars would come in handy this time of the year. Do people actually fall for this scheme? Maybe you could try it in Spanish next time. I do not think that the people at Gernetic.com are very pleased that you used their name to spoof a site.  Shame on you!  


Sign-In Protection Alert – Protection de l’ouverture de session – Alerte
An attempt to access Online Banking was denied on:
Une tentative d’accéder à Banque en direct a été refusée le:
Wednesday, 05 December 2007 at 6:44:03 EST
Mercredi, 05 Décembre 2007 à 6:44:03 EDT
Access was denied for one of two reasons:
  • Incorrect attempts to access and Login failures.
  • Signing on from a different location or device different from your location and your IP address.
L’accès a été refusé pour l’une des deux raisons suivantes :
  • La réponse à votre question d’identification personnelle ne correspondait pas à nos dossiers.
  • Votre question d’identification personnelle a été posée mais aucune réponse n’a été fournie.
If you remember trying to access Online Banking on the above date and time, please select “That was me.”
If you do not remember trying to access Online Banking on the above date and time, please select “That was NOT me.” You will then be prompted to safeguards your account.
Si vous vous souvenez d’avoir tenté d’accéder à Banque en direct à la date et à l’heure ci-dessus, cliquez sur « C’était moi ».
Si vous ne vous souvenez pas d’avoir tenté d’accéder à Banque en direct à la date et à l’heure ci-dessus, cliquez sur « Ce n’était PAS moi ». Le système vous demandera alors de changer votre mot de passe.
That was me That was not me C'était moi Ce n'était PAS moi
© 1999 – 2007 BMO Bank of Montreal. All rights reserved.
 

 

 

Comments
  1. gariell says:

    I am giving an update to the following post. The bogus spoofed site now leads to the official site. Nice work guys! Happy to see that BMO is serious about this type of activity.

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