The ID theft people don't quit - because sending email that tricks people works for them.

IDTHEFT 100X100By Staff

September 7th, 2017



What did we think of this one?

ID theft screenNot much – we don’t deal with the TD Bank – we didn’t open the pdf either.

Here is what we got:

This Consent to Electronic Delivery of Documents applies to the electronic delivery to you of the statements and other important eDocuments for the accounts listed within your (Web Business Banking) and any extension, renewal, amendment and replacement of any of these accounts.

You must access our Digital Banking Service to review eDocuments. Open the attached eDocument and follow the instructions to access our Web Business Banking Service.

Failure to consent to the electronic delivery of the eDocuments as described in our Digital Banking Service will revoke your access to TD Commercial Banking.

Note: eDocuments are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and can only be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader Software.

We thank you and appreciate your prompt response.

Relationship Manager; The Toronto-Dominion Bank

Remember and follow the rule – If in doubt, don’t. And ask questions.

The Gazette will be doing a feature length article on the how email like this gets sent to you.  Someone bought your email address and sends you email they think will pull you into their web.

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1 comment to The ID theft people don’t quit – because sending email that tricks people works for them.

  • Alide Camilleri

    It always amazes me that there are still people out there who would fall for such an obvious scam. Banks simply don’t communicate that way. Look forward to the feature story you plan to publish.